Published at Friday, 24 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Tamra Mullins.
Make certain you've got an impact-rated socket or you may break it and be looking for a new socket set before you know it.
Several manufacturers like Makita Tools have included two or more speed ranges in their impact drivers. Sometimes, too much power is not always a good thing. You can destroy small screw heads and break screw shafts. The more power used, the less battery life. Just because you have a 400 HP motor under the hood of your car does not mean that you drive around town with the accelerator pedal to the floor.
Impact drivers are designed specifically to drive screws better, and with more force than any other tool. They are faster and stronger than any standard power drill and generally pack a brute, a mighty, a titanic 1,300 in/lbs of torque. These tools are designed for durability and conquer even the most daunting driving applications. Despite all this power, however, despite all its brawn and muscle, an impact driver still has the precision to loosen or tighten screws without stripping heads. So please, I implore you - say "goodbye" to inadequate, inefficient driving methods and welcome the well qualified, brilliantly engineered impact driver into your life.
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