Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Lorie Grimes.
Some of the uses for impact drivers are just the same as other tools. Except, you will run into cases when this driver definitely makes your life a lot easier. For example, you may be installing cabinetry. A screwdriver might not be able to cleanly and quickly drive a nail through the cabinet, through the dry wall and a couple of inches into the stud. An impact driver does have the power to do such a task and with ease. This makes completing the project for efficiently, saving you time and money.
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!
The last thing that you want to take home with you is a driver that will be too slow. Driving the screws through objects at a slow pace would really waste your time and you will have to postpone some work to further dates. Thus it is imperative to consider the speed of the driver. This is normally calculated in RPM i.e. (Revolutions per Minute). The driver should be able to spin faster, thereby releasing the screws at a faster rate. This will save you time as you will do a lot of work in a short while. A good combination that will make the impact driver be termed as the best would be the one that has got power and speed. An RPM of 2200 and above is recommended for those who are in quest of the best drivers in the market. Hey! Don't forget about the power also.
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