FEIN launches magnetic core drill with pioneering power-to-weight ratio

FEIN, a power tools and accessories manufacturer, has released a new magnetic core drill, the KBE 32, to the UK’s metalworking market.

Now available nationwide, the new KBE 32 magnetic core drill is the most powerful in its class, with a 1200-watt high-power motor reliable for drilling holes up to 32 mm. It is also the first tool on the market to combine a weight of 10.8 kg with 1200-watt, offering a revolutionary power-to-weight ratio with high magnetic holding force, offering optimum control accessibility for those working in tight spaces.

“We’re expecting the KBE 32 to rapidly become a market leader, thanks to its ground-breaking power-to-weight ratio and ergonomic design. Equipped with innovative FEIN technology, the tool is the first of its kind in terms of both weight and functionality.

“Easy to use, robust and extremely lightweight, the KBE 32 will make the perfect aid for the steel metal industry,” comments Andy Mills, managing director, FEIN UK.

The KBE 32 has been developed with a real focus on accessibility from each a size, weight and controls standpoint. This was a key priority throughout the entire research and development process.

With over 150 years’ experience in manufacturing power tools, FEIN has a rich history of innovation, providing application-based solutions for end-users in the metalworking and construction sectors.

“Here at FEIN, we pride ourselves on our application-based approach and providing trusted expertise to our customers, which ultimately enables them to source the best solution for each job they undertake.

“The KBE 32 has been designed with this philosophy in mind. Its entire development has focused on accessibility, from the size, weight and controls, each of which were key priorities throughout the entire R&D (research and development) process. To add to this, it has it’s been built to stand the test of time, while its mechanical components have been designed for up to 70,000 drill holes,” concluded Mills.