Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Lupe Meadows.
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.
Another instance where you might need a more powerful tool is at a mechanic's shop. The nuts and bolts that are used in vehicles are tightened considerably tighter than what the average human might be able to loosen by hand. As a result, mechanics often lean towards an impact driver for quick and easy removal of these nuts and bolts. Often times, if more power is needed that a cordless impact driver can provide, they'll move to tools that pack even more punch by using an air compressor.
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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