Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Effie Hensley.
So you have already engineered a deck, but now you've got to disassemble the old deck before you rebuild. There's not much worse than 15 year old rusty looking screws that are buried in wood. You'll be able to tell in a glance that they don't want to turn. And you know from experience that a drill will end up stripping half of them, if you are lucky.
Do you need a strong impact driver to handle the toughest of jobs? Then it's time to go through the market and decide which one is right for you. There are dozens of different models and brands on the market today so you should not take this decision lightly. You can either be happy with your choice or completely dissatisfied. Buying an impact driver is an investment, so take the time to choose correctly.
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.
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