Makita Dtd152z The Best Selling Impact Driver

 

What do you mean by an Impact Driver?

By nature, an impact driver is more compact and lightweight. It has more torque than a power drill as well. These instruments are available in cordless versions ranging from 12 to 20 volts. Impact drivers are used more often to move a large number of fasteners, longer screws, and lag bolts.

What is a cordless impact driver used for?

An impact motor, like the cordless drill, uses rotational force to push a screw and saves its rapid power bursts when it feels resistance. When dealing with wood, you could use an impact driver for long screws or wide fasteners. There is also a lighter impact driver than the hammer drill, making it easier to handle.

MAKITA DTD152Z

The Makita DTD152Z is an impact driver that is lightweight and 137 mm long. It is packed with characteristics such as 0-3500 impacts per minute and bright, although thin, twin LED work lights for working in dark conditions. There is also a long-life all-metal gearbox and a soft-grip handle designed to optimize thrust right to the bit. It Makita Impact driver 18v has a variety of features including an electric brake, variable speed control trigger, forward / reverse rotation, twin LED job light, and installation of a one-touch bit.

With a total length of 138 mm, the DTD152’s compact & lightweight 1.5 kg design makes transportation around the workplace easy without compromising on power, while the ergonomic soft-grip handle provides maximum user comfort, reducing fatigue during prolonged use and providing greater control of the tool. When hit with a hammer on the back, a manual impact driver is a tool that provides a powerful, sudden rotational force and forward force.

Some of the Important Features of this product:

  • Electric brake
  • Mechanical 2-speed control
  • Variable speed control trigger
  • Forward/reverse rotation
  • Twin LED job light
  • One-touch bit installation
  • Ergonomic soft-grip handle
  • The compact overall length of 137mm
  • Lightweight design
  • Battery protection circuit
  • All metal gears
  • Less recoil and less likely to strip screws
  • Fits in tight spaces