Dewalt debuts Versa-Clutch adjustable torque screwgun
August 22, 2016 | 2:44 pm CDT
TOWSON, Md. – Dewalt announces the new 20V MAX* XR Versa-Clutch Adjustable Torque Screwgun (DCF622). Featuring the Versa-Clutch system, the screwgun dials in the proper torque needed to effectively drive fasteners. For metal-to-metal fastening and commercial roofing and framing, the 20V MAX* XR Versa-ClutchTM Adjustable Torque Screwgun (DCF622) with 0-2000 RPMs has high power, sufficient to drive heavy-duty fasteners into metal and wood.
The brushless motor in the DEWALT 20V MAX* XR Versa-ClutchTM Adjustable Torque Screwgun (DCF622) limits the necessity of repairs** and provides long life. Part of the extensive DEWALT 20V MAX* system which features over 70 tools, the screwgun provides a cordless and convenient solution for applications. Whether the application is pre-fabricated metal, installations, or even deck work, the screwgun limits damage of fasteners, a common user frustration.
The 20V MAX* XR Versa-ClutchTM Adjustable Torque Screwgun (DCF622) advances DEWALT’s line of cordless fastening capabilities. With a focus on ergonomics, the screwgun is balanced from front to back and protected with a rubber over-mold that helps the user grip the tool comfortably. Featuring a quick release chuck, easy clutch and depth setting, an LED work light, lock on and belt hook, the 20V MAX* XR Versa-ClutchTM Adjustable Torque Screwgun (DCF622) completes a wide variety of applications on the jobsite, including post frame building and metal roofing.
The 20V MAX* XR Versa-ClutchTM Adjustable Torque Screwgun (DCF622) will be available in September 2016 where DEWALT products are sold. Kitted with two 4.0Ah batteries and a charger (DCF622M2) or sold as a bare option (DCF622B), the 20V MAX* XR® Versa-ClutchTM Adjustable Torque Screwgun will be sold at (MSRP) $329 and $199 respectively and come standard with a 3 year limited warranty, 90 day money back guarantee, and 1 year free service contract.
*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.
**Brush repairs, compared to DW268 and DC668KA.
For more information, see Dewalt.com.
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