More specifically called a Radial Arm Drill

Or the more technical term, Overkill.

When you have time, figure out the kWHr per hole. Kinda like the gallons/mile computations for ocean liners.

I prefer the term adequate

Lets assume it takes 30 seconds to drill the average hole, and that we use the machine to 25% of its available power.

The motor is rated at 600V 15A

That’s 9kw

25% of 9kw is 2.25kw

30 seconds is approximately 0.00833 of an hour.

2.25kw * 0.00833 = 0.0187425 kWHr per hole or ~18.75 watt hours per hole.

by that math 3 holes uses the same amount of power as it takes to run an 60w lightbulb for a hour.

- Adam

You should change that 60w bulb to a FIRST e-watt LED.