Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Lorie Grimes.
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.
These powerful tools are very similar to cordless screwdrivers. They're about the same size, same weight and can be purchased for just about the same cost. The real difference is in the power.
If you need to hog out some huge holes with that spade bit, and you are not close to an outlet for your regular drill, use an impact driver to blast through without killing your battery. Since the power isn't provided just by the motor, even difficult jobs won't kill a battery as quick as a regular drill.
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