Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Kimberley Cole.
Some of the uses for impact drivers are just the same as other tools. Except, you will run into cases when this driver definitely makes your life a lot easier. For example, you may be installing cabinetry. A screwdriver might not be able to cleanly and quickly drive a nail through the cabinet, through the dry wall and a couple of inches into the stud. An impact driver does have the power to do such a task and with ease. This makes completing the project for efficiently, saving you time and money.
The next thing you need to consider is the speed of the driver. The best combination is high torque and high maximum speed. Speed is measured in RPM or revolutions-per-minute. This is the amount of times your bit will spin around per minute. Look for an impact with a higher max RPM. This will help you drive those long screws through the hardest of materials at a faster rate. Any impact driver with 2200 or more RPM is considered fast.
Conversely, impact drivers have the power to loosen them up while not stripping those heads - which you already knew if you were paying attention.
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