Keyless drill chucks are used for rigid clamping of drill bits between their self-centring jaws. One major advantage of these chucks over their traditional counterparts is that they do not require a key for operating the jaws. The jaws can be hand tightened or loosened easily. This further eliminates the issue of broken gear teeth that a keyed chuck may face over time and usage.
The chuck is provided with a precision ground female Jacob taper that sits on a matching tapered arbor or spindle. Keyless drill chucks are manufactured for right-handed operations only. During the operation, the rotating drill bit tends to push the chuck upwards into the spindle thus producing a firm binding action between the two parts.
|KDC-S-6M||0-6 mm||JT-1 (1/4")|
|KDC-S-8M||0-8 mm||JT-1 (1/4")|
|KDC-S-10M||1-10 mm||JT-2 (3/8")|
|KDC-S-13M||1-13 mm||JT-6 (1/2")|
|KDC-P-13M||1-13 mm||JT-6 (1/2")|
|KDC-S-16M||1-16 mm||JT-6 (1/2")|
|KDC-S-20M||5-20 mm||JT-3 (3/4")|
Conforming to IS:9097-1979 Akros Drill chuck arbors are precision ground to ensure close fit and a firm clamp.