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Posted October 8, 2021 by Chris in Features
 
 

Makita Impact Driver: ideal for working with wood

Every man at least once in his life had to tighten screws, bolts, and other fastening systems. When considering buying a power tool to work with fasteners, consumers are often confused about the difference between the Makita impact driver and the Makita drill. Each has its own characteristics. They, like twins, have a lot in common, but they have different characters.

Both Makita drill and impact driver are powerful tools for easy screwing fasteners and drilling in metal and wood without too much effort. They are ideal for working with wooden structures, metal profiles, corrugated boards, and high-rise installation work.

Makita Impact Driver

Makita Drill and Impact Driver Set Features

The main function of the Makita combi drill and impact driver is the screwing in and out screws, self-tapping screws, and other products for fasteners, connection, or separation of parts. The tool is powered by an electric battery. The drill functions thanks to an angular impulse, screwing in the fasteners with a tangential blow, and preventing the heads from breaking off.

The high efficiency and speed of the Makita impact drill and its ease of use allow it to have a wide range of applications. You can use this power tool both in everyday life and professional activities:

  • in car repair shops;
  • service stations;
  • construction industry;
  • carpentry works;
  • production of cars and devices, etc.

If you need a good tool that is many times stronger and more convenient than a hand screwdriver, purchase a Makita drill and impact set only from a reputable power tools online shop. Whether you need to renovate your apartment, assemble your furniture, or work in your garage, UK Planet Tools offers a wide range of power tools, fixings, and building supplies at the best prices.

Versatility, combined with user-friendly electronic controls, makes the impact driver a must-have power tool: strong, reliable, lightweight, and compact, indispensable when working with a variety of fasteners.


Chris

 
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