Cordless impact drills offer more speed, torque, control and convenience than regular cordless drills. Along with new accessories especially designed for impact drills, these tools offer the ultimate drilling and driver experience for any project.
How they work
Cordless Impact Drills uses both bit rotation and concussive blows to power-drive screws through material. Cordless impact drills are single hand operated, powered by battery and deliver 3 times more power than regular cordless drills. Cordless impact drills offers convenience with quick change bits and reduces the risk of fastener stripping.
What to look for in your Cordless Impact Drills
Cordless impact drivers produce more RPMs than a standard drill for heavy-duty jobs. These increased turns give more force to the bit, making the overall job go much faster and more smoothly. The higher the RPMs, the faster the tool drives.
Lithium-ion batteries have revolutionised cordless tool design. Not only do they hold a charge longer, they also charge more quickly than nickel batteries. Most lithium-ion batteries can hold a charge for up to four times longer than standard batteries.
One of the major differentiators between a standard drill and a cordless impact driver is the amount of torque the tool sends to the fastener. More torque increases the effectiveness of the tool while taking stress away from the operator.
Improvements in motor technology and fabrication means that many top-rated cordless impact drills are lighter, more compact and more comfortable to use. Features such as pistol grips with rubberised padding help reduce user fatigue. Compact design also helps with weight balancing, which makes using a cordless impact drill even more ergo-friendly.
Cordless Impact Drills are used in construction, mechanical production, manufacturing, and maintenance