Why use TIDLI1222 Li-ion 12V Cordless Impact Drill?
TIDLI1222 Cordless Impact
Since a cordless impact driver applies more of the force to the bit, that means less of the force travels back to your arm. It makes operating the tool easier and it means less wear and tear on your hands and wrists.
Voltage: 12 V
No-load speed: 0-400 / 0-1350/min
Max. impact rate: 0-5500 / 0-20000 bpm
Max. torque: 25 NM
Chuck capacity: 0.8-10 mm
Torque settings: 18+1+1
Impact drivers handle large screws and bolts more efficiently than the average compact drill. Because they automatically add extra rotational force when they encounter resistance—two to three times more torque than a drill—you’ll find using an impact driver is easier on your hand and wrist.
Cordless impact drills are used to drive fasteners rather than drill holes. In a hurry, you can use a regular hex-shank drill bit to drill a hole in light-gauge steel or softwood provided you have the right bit.
The main advantage of impact drivers is their ability to drive in numerous fasteners quickly. The added force offered by the tool saves your hands and wrists as you work. This can help extend the time you can comfortably work on your project. Also, the impact driver is much less likely to strip your screws when in use.