DEWALT Impact Wrenches
Get the job done right with DEWALT power tools. DEWALT is famous for producing tools that professionals and hobbyist like to use. The primary use of an impact wrench is to install and remove nuts and bolts including subframe bolts, rod-bearing caps and lug nuts.
Why Choose a Cordless Impact Wrench?
- Ease of Use - Instead of using arm power, use the power of the tool. It's a straightforward tool. Put the head where you need it, press the button, and watch while Dewalt brushless impact wrench does all the work.
- Convenience - Grab and go. Since it's cordless, there is no need to look for an electrical outlet, use it anywhere, anytime.
- Get done faster - Because a tool uses the power of a battery to turn, it works more quickly than a human could turn a bolt. Therefore, the task is completed promptly.
What to Consider When Selecting an Impact Wrench?
- RPMs - How fast the shaft spins is recorded as RPMs. The faster it spins, the faster the bolt screws in or out. On average, a tool that has a rating of at least 3,000 RPMs is ideal.
- Torque - Torque is the heart of the tool. A high power Dewalt torque wrench exerts the influence over the bolt, which causes it to twist in or out.
- Weight - Since you may be using the wrench for several minutes, it's essential that the tool be lightweight. Although the battery does add a touch of extra weight, typically, an impact wrench isn't extremely heavy, and most workers find it easy to work with, even for a long period of time.
- Battery - What makes a Dewalt cordless impact wrench cordless is the battery. Thanks to modern technology, Li-Ion batteries last longer per charge and have a longer life than ever before.
Why Purchase an Impact Wrench Kit?
The number one reason to purchase a Dewalt impact wrench kit is that you get everything you need to get the job done in one box. If it is your first purchase of such a tool, then you will need it all: wrench, battery, spare battery, and charger. DEWALT tools can share batteries between each other if they run on the same voltage. For example, a battery from a Dewalt 20V impact wrench will run other 20V power tools from the brand.