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Daewoo Drill Machine 850 L

Daewoo Drill Machine 850 L

Regular price Rs.8,500.00 PKR
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An impact drill, also known as an impact driver or impact wrench, is a versatile power tool designed for driving screws and fasteners, as well as for drilling into various materials. It's especially effective for tasks that require high torque and repetitive driving. Impact drills are commonly used in construction, woodworking, automotive repair, and DIY projects.

Key features and characteristics of impact drills include:

  1. Rotational Impact: Unlike a standard drill, an impact drill delivers rotational force along with bursts of concussive impacts. This mechanism allows for efficient and high-torque fastening without stripping screws or straining the user's wrist.

  2. High Torque: Impact drills are designed to provide high levels of torque, making them well-suited for driving long screws, lag bolts, and other heavy-duty fasteners.

  3. Quick-Change Chuck: Most impact drills use a quick-change chuck system that makes it easy to insert and remove bits and fasteners quickly.

  4. Hexagonal Chuck: Impact drills often feature a hexagonal chuck (hex chuck) that accepts hex-shanked driver bits and provides a more secure grip compared to traditional round chucks.

  5. Compact Design: Impact drills are typically compact and lightweight, allowing for easy maneuverability in tight spaces.

  6. Battery-Powered: Cordless impact drills are powered by rechargeable batteries, providing flexibility and portability for use in locations without access to electrical outlets.

  7. Variable Speed and Torque Control: Some models offer adjustable speed and torque settings, allowing users to customize the tool's performance based on the specific task.

  8. Built-In LED Lights: Many modern impact drills feature built-in LED lights that illuminate the work area, making it easier to work in dimly lit spaces.

Common uses for impact drills include:

  • Driving screws and fasteners quickly and efficiently.
  • Assembling furniture and cabinetry.
  • Building decks, fences, and other outdoor structures.
  • Automotive repair and maintenance, such as changing tires and working on engine components.
  • General DIY projects that involve drilling and fastening.
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