Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Tamra Mullins.
Driving lag bolts is where these tools show off their strength. A cordless drill simply does not have the power to set long lags while not killing the batteries. You will still want to drill a pilot hole to prevent the wood from cracking, but luckily you already have the tool for that job, too...
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.
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.
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