ATS 900 Angle Air Drill

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Part# 12-01422
MFR Model# ATS6132


This is the drill you need to get into those tight spaces. It has a head height of just over an inch, and produces enough torque at 2800 RPM to drill through steel. Excellent speed control, and has a solid, well-balanced feel.
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  • Spindle 1/4-28 Thread
  • Head Length 1.08 (2.7 mm)
  • 2,800 RPM Head Width .65 (1.6 mm)
  • .33 hp (.25 kw)
  • 10 (254 mm) Overall Length
  • Variable speed control
  • 1.6 lbs (.73 kg)



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Q: Hi there, just bought this angle drill from Airspruce and now I´m needing the correct collets. Does the ANGLE DRILL COLLET & CHUCK KIT Part # 12-00368 work with this angle drill? Many thanks in advance. Marcus

Yes, the drill has female 1/4-28 threads, and the collets have male 1/4-28 threads.

Q: Does the ATS 900 ANGLE AIR DRILL have a forward and reverse? Also do I need to use special drill bits for this drill?

This is not reversible. It uses standard 1/4-28 threaded drills.

Q: Do you have a set of a drill bit for ATS 900 angle air drill?

Yes, we offer male threaded drill bits with 1/4-28 thread, 12-06002 for example.

Q: Hello, please let me know if the drill ATS 900 has a CE mark?

No it does not.