Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Darcy Stein.
BPM stands for "blows per minute". This is the number of screws that will be driven into a surface in 60 seconds. This is also another factor that should not be taken lightly. The higher the number of blows the better; this will determine the time that you will take to cover a particular area either drilling holes or screwing. The recommended capacity of blows is 2500 and above.
No tool compares to Makita's uniquely compact, convenient and versatile angle impact driver. It is powerful, durable and efficient - and because of its slim cordless design and over one-foot extension, the tool has superior maneuverability. With this driver kit Makita includes a tool belt clip (with screw), a convenient and secure contractor bag, two 18v lithium ion 3.0ah batteries, a 30 minute rapid optimum charger, and a plastic battery cover. The tool is also backed with a three year factory warranty, and one year warranty on the batteries and charger. Makita's impact drivers are also available to purchase separate from their kits (BTL061Z, BTD141Z).
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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