Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Celeste Harrell.
Conversely, impact drivers have the power to loosen them up while not stripping those heads - which you already knew if you were paying attention.
The DC825KA features a frameless motor, a durable magnesium gear case, and an all metal transmission to extend the tool's overall life and durability. It is also built in a compact and comfortable size; this light weight and compact design allows access into tighter areas as well as reducing user fatigue weighing only 4.6lbs. DEWALT has also added an anti-slip comfort grip for superior control and comfort. The driver delivers a forceful 1,330 in/lbs of torque to better perform a wide range of fastening applications; the tool also packs serious driving power and a heavy-duty impacting mechanism to direct that power to fasteners as well as reduce kickback. Running at 0-2,400 RPM and 0-2,700 IPM the driver is capable of much faster, tougher driving applications.
Also, don't forget to check out the BPM or IPM. It stands for blows-per-minute or impacts-per-minute. This is the maximum amount of blows or impacts the driver puts out. It's definitely something important to consider in this construction tool. The higher the BPM/IPM the faster you can drive screws or drill holes. 2500 or more BPM/IPM is a good amount for a heavy duty impact driver.
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