With the Batavia Impact Driver, you screw and unscrew without using any strength, because this powerful tool will do all the work for you. The impact screwdriver also does not spin in a certain direction, when you screw in a hard surface. It has an universal hexagon socket, so you can use the Impact Driver for all ¼’’ hex bits.
How does an Impact Driver work?
The motor of a traditional drill creates a constant pressure to rotate the chuck. The chuck of a cordless Impact Driver rotates by force on impact. Between the motor and the chuck, a spring, hammer, and anvil creates the torque of the Impact Driver. The motor releases the spring forcefully. This way the hammer rotates against the anvil and the chuck starts to rotate. Then the motor compresses the spring and it starts again from the beginning. This sounds like a very slow process, but the Batavia Impact Driver has an impressive maximum of 3000 impacts per minute.
What is an Impact Driver used for?
A cordless Impact Driver is designed for fast screwing and unscrewing, without using any strength. It is the perfect tool for driving screws fast and well in hard to reach places and hard materials. That is why the Impact Driver is a good addition to your tool collection.
What is the difference between a drill and an Impact Driver?
A drill is usually designed for both screwing and drilling. The Batavia Combi Drill, for example, is designed for fastening, drilling, and hammer drilling. The Cordless Impact Driver is specially designed for fast and well screwing. That is the main difference between a drill and an Impact Driver.
The Maxxpack collection is the powerful 18V battery platform of Batavia. This Impact Driver is part of this battery platform. Within the Maxxpack collection you can power up more than 30 different power tools with a 2.0Ah, 4.0Ah and a 5.0Ah battery.
* Battery and charger not included