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Total Impact Drill 13mm 550w

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An impact drill, also known as an impact driver, is a power tool designed for driving screws and fasteners into various materials with increased efficiency and control. Unlike a traditional drill, an impact drill delivers rotational force in quick, short bursts or impacts, making it particularly effective for tasks that require high torque, such as driving long screws or bolts into tough materials like wood or metal. The impact mechanism reduces the likelihood of stripping screw heads and provides greater precision, making it a versatile tool for construction, carpentry, and DIY projects.

Voltage:220-240V~50/60Hz
Input power:850W
No-load speed:0-2700rpm
Max.drilling capacity:13mm
Variable speed control
Forward/Reverse switch
Hammer function
With 1set extra carbon brushes

 

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Impact Drill Uses

  1. Screw Driving:
    • Driving screws into wood, metal, or other materials efficiently and quickly.
    • Ideal for tasks involving a large number of screws, such as decking or framing projects.
  2. Fastening Bolts and Nuts:
    • Tightening or loosening bolts and nuts with high torque, making it useful for automotive or mechanical repairs.
  3. Cabinet Installation:
    • Installing cabinets, shelves, and other furniture where multiple screws need to be driven precisely.
  4. Decking and Framing:
    • Assembling and securing decking boards or framing structures with long screws or lag bolts.
  5. Drywall Installation:
    • Driving drywall screws quickly and accurately during the installation of drywall panels.
  6. Drilling Pilot Holes:
    • Creating pilot holes for screws without the need for a separate drill in some cases.
  7. Electrical Work:
    • Driving screws into electrical boxes or attaching conduit straps in electrical installations.
  8. Metalworking:
    • Working with metal screws and fasteners in fabrication or repair projects.
  9. Renovation and Remodeling:
    • Various tasks involved in home renovation, such as removing old screws or installing new fixtures.
  10. Automotive Repair:
    • Assembling or disassembling parts in automotive repairs, where high torque is often required.
  11. Fencing Installation:
    • Installing fence posts and securing fence panels with screws or lag bolts.
  12. General DIY Projects:
    • Various home improvement tasks where precision and power are needed for driving screws or fasteners.
SKU: AHS29542 Category:

Size

13MM 550W

Safety Precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris.
    • Use ear protection if the noise level of the impact drill is high.
    • Wear gloves to protect your hands from sharp edges and materials.
  2. Clothing:
    • Avoid wearing loose clothing or jewelry that could get caught in the tool.
    • Wear long sleeves and long pants to protect your arms and legs from debris.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Secure the workpiece using clamps or other appropriate methods to prevent movement during drilling.
    • Ensure the work surface is stable and well-supported.
  4. Inspect the Tool:
    • Before use, inspect the impact drill for any damage, loose parts, or defects.
    • Ensure that all safety features and guards are in place and functional.
  5. Correct Bits and Attachments:
    • Use the correct drill bits and attachments for the task at hand.
    • Ensure the bits are securely tightened before operation.
  6. Power Source Safety:
    • If using a corded impact drill, make sure the power cord is in good condition and free from damage.
    • If using a cordless drill, ensure the battery is fully charged before starting the task.
  7. Work in a Well-Lit Area:
    • Choose a well-lit work area to enhance visibility and reduce the risk of accidents.
  8. Follow Manufacturer’s Instructions:
    • Read and understand the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for the specific impact drill model you are using.
  9. Stable Position:
    • Maintain a stable stance and balance while operating the drill.
    • Use both hands to control the tool and maintain better stability.
  10. Avoid Excessive Force:
    • Let the tool do the work. Avoid applying excessive force, which can lead to loss of control.
  11. Disconnect Power:
    • When changing bits or making adjustments, disconnect the power source to prevent accidental starts.
  12. Keep Workspace Clean:
    • Clear the work area of clutter and debris to reduce the risk of tripping hazards.
  13. Know Your Surroundings:
    • Be aware of your surroundings and the location of others to prevent accidental collisions.
  14. Training and Experience:
    • Ensure that individuals using the impact drill have received proper training and have the necessary experience to operate the tool safely.

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