A: The replacement paddle is model 21661 and you may find this available at www.homedepot.com Customer Care
A: Yes it can...
A: This will fit any 3/8 chuck, highly recommend a medium to heavy duty drill. I bought a cheapy at harbor freight for this job and glad I did, the handle is really needed.
A: Yes, it is meant to be used in a drill
A: yes bought mine last week and worked perfectly. fit drill perfectly
A: Yes, that is what this was designed for.
A: I used a 12v cordless drill to mix some self leveler with this paddle. Dropped the drill down to low speed to get started and it worked fine for one bucket in a pinch.
A: I tried to use the cordless drill with this mixer to mix thinset mortar. The drill die out quickly and also started to smoke a little due to the extreme pressure of mixing this heavy solution. Definitely wouldn't recommend you try to use a cordless drill unless you are planning to throw it away.
A: It would need to be a 1/2" drill chuck and you would seriously run the chance of "smoking" the motor on a cordless drill. Corded 1/2" drill motor would be right tool for the job.
A: Yes, it can be used by cordless drills.
A: You can as long as your drill will open up enough to hold it and you have a strong enough drill to run it. It will run through your batteries quickly if mixing thick stuff.
A: It will fit any 1/2" chuck. It's 3/8".
A: No and yes.... NO, your SDS+ chuck will not hold this (or anything else with a hex or plain round shaft). YES, there are adapters with an SDS+ shank attached to a conventional drill chuck, which will run you about $40-$50.
A: This is for a standard drill not a hammer or impact.