Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Tamra Mullins.
Another tip: for those of you without a regular floor jack, speed up the tiny scissors-jack that comes with the automobile and use the cordless impact driver rather than the tiny lug wrench.
The most important thing to consider when it comes to choosing a powerful impact driver is its torque. To put it simply, torque is the strength and power of your power tool. Torque is measured in pounds-per-inch or in.-lbs. This is the pressure (in pounds) that your impact motor puts out per inch. So, if you're looking for a powerful impact, look for one with the highest in.-lbs. of torque. There are quite a few construction tool manufacturers that make them with high torque, including brands like Bosch, Ridgid, Makita, and DeWalt. I would consider any impact drill with 1400 or more in.-lbs. of torque as heavy duty.
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.
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