Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Lorie Grimes.
Makita's 18v impact driver utilizes lithium ion battery technology and an exclusive charging system that optimizes battery life and allows for 2.5x more cycles. Makita's exclusive 30 minute rapid charger communicates with a chip built-in to the battery to optimize its performance. Throughout the charging process the battery and charger communicate to maximize battery life by actively controlling current, voltage and temperature within the battery. Makita's BTD141 18v lithium ion cordless impact driver includes two lithium ion batteries, Makita's rapid optimum battery charger, a tool belt hook, plastic battery cover, and tool case for extra security. The tool is also backed with Makita's quality reputation, three year factory warranty on the tool, and one warranty on the batteries and charger.
In conclusion, cordless screwdrivers are great for small, DIY projects. However, if you're working on larger projects requiring a bit more force and power, an impact driver is the way to go.
When they first came out years ago, impact drivers were very popular in Japan but it took a while for Americans to realize what a terrific advantage impact drivers have over an electric drill when it comes to driving long screws into wood, especially decking. American companies like Porter Cable caught on to the idea and started competing with impact drivers offered by overseas companies. The idea for impact drivers was born long ago with the inventions of (1) the impact wrench, used in every automotive garage, and (2) the hammer drill used to power masonry bits into concrete and other extremely hard materials.
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