Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Darcy Stein.
Driving screws, of course! This is why most people get an impact driver to begin with. Quick speed, high power, no cam out, easy to handle... should we continue? Of course, you will now have to worry about tearing the heads off of some of the weaker screws. It's a small price to pay!
We've already written a very little about lug nuts, however there are heaps of nuts out there. And they all need to be tightened. Or loosened.
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.
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