Drill, Chuck & Key 10MM, 13MM, 16MM

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A drill chuck key is a specialized hand tool designed for the purpose of tightening or loosening the jaws of a drill chuck. The drill chuck is the component of a drill that holds the drill bit in place. The chuck key typically has a T-shaped or L-shaped design, with a key at one end that fits into the chuck’s teeth or slots. By inserting the key and turning it, the user can either tighten the jaws of the chuck to secure the drill bit or loosen them to remove or replace the bit. The drill chuck key is an essential accessory for many types of drills, providing a convenient and efficient means of adjusting the tool for different applications.

1. Material: carbon steel A3
2. High frequency welding
3. Surface hardness 45-48 Rc
4. Packed by blister card



  1. Changing Drill Bits: The primary function of a drill chuck key is to tighten or loosen the jaws of the drill chuck, allowing users to install or remove drill bits. This is essential when switching between different types or sizes of drill bits for various tasks.
  2. Securing Accessories: In addition to drill bits, the chuck on some drills can hold various accessories, such as screwdriver bits, wire brushes, or hole saws. The drill chuck key is used to secure these accessories in place.
  3. Depth Adjustment: Some drill chucks have depth adjustment features that allow users to set a specific drilling depth. The chuck key can be used to adjust and lock the depth setting for consistent drilling.
  4. Tightening and Loosening Screws: In certain applications, the chuck key can be used to tighten or loosen screws, especially when the chuck design allows for such use.
  5. Securing Attachments: Some drills have additional attachments or extensions that can be connected to the chuck. The drill chuck key is used to secure these attachments firmly in place.
  6. Maintenance and Cleaning: Periodically, it may be necessary to clean or maintain the drill chuck. The chuck key is used to open the jaws for cleaning, lubrication, or other maintenance tasks.
  7. Custom Applications: Depending on the design of the drill chuck and the specific needs of the user, the chuck key might find additional uses in custom applications or modifications.
SKU: AHS29472 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris and dust.
    • Consider wearing hearing protection, especially if you’re working in a noisy environment.
  2. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped or held in place to prevent movement during drilling. This helps to maintain control over the tool.
  3. Inspect the Chuck Key:
    • Before using the drill chuck key, inspect it for any damage, such as bent or worn-out teeth. A damaged chuck key can slip or break during use, posing a safety hazard.
  4. Use the Correct Chuck Key:
    • Make sure you are using the correct chuck key for your drill. Using an incorrect key can damage the chuck and lead to unsafe conditions.
  5. Disconnect Power:
    • Before changing drill bits or adjusting the chuck, disconnect the power source. This ensures that the drill won’t accidentally start, reducing the risk of injury.
  6. Store the Chuck Key Safely:
    • When not in use, store the chuck key in a designated place. Avoid leaving it in the chuck, as it can be a safety hazard if the drill accidentally starts.
  7. Maintain a Secure Grip:
    • Hold the chuck key securely and maintain a firm grip when tightening or loosening the chuck. This helps prevent slippage and ensures control over the tool.
  8. Keep Hands Clear:
    • Keep your hands and fingers clear of the moving parts, especially the chuck and drill bit, while adjusting or operating the drill.
  9. Follow Manufacturer’s Instructions:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and instructions for the specific drill model and chuck key you are using. This includes torque specifications and any other safety recommendations.
  10. Avoid Excessive Force:
    • Use moderate force when tightening the chuck. Excessive force can damage the chuck key, the chuck, or the drill.
  11. Stay Focused:
    • Pay attention to the task at hand and avoid distractions. Staying focused helps prevent accidents and ensures accurate and safe operation.

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