Milwaukee's Range of Impact drivers includes loads of brushless impacts From M12 to M18 Impact drivers ITS has you covered with Next Day Delivery on all.
There are many reasons to choose a Milwaukee Impact Driver. If you already use M12 or M18 systems then it is a no-brainer Milwaukee's Impacts are some of the best on the market. With so many choices such as brushless, fuel and Fuel surge, it can be hard to decide what impact you need.
At ITS We Stock the following Milwaukee Impact Drivers:
Milwaukee Brushless Impact Drivers
Milwaukee Fuel Impact Drivers
Milwaukee M12 Impact Drivers
Milwaukee M18 Impact Drivers
MILWAUKEE M18 IMPACT DRIVER OVERVIEW
M18 (or 18v) is the industry standard when it comes to cordless tools. Most of the market uses 18v tools to some extent in their tool kit. M18 Impact Drivers output more power than their M12 siblings.
M18 batteries pack more juice with the highest M18 battery reaching 12ah. Now I wouldn't use a 12Ah battery on an Impact Driver due to weight but knowing the possibility is it is always good.
MILWAUKEE M12 IMPACT DRIVER OVERVIEW
Moving onto M12, As I said above the M18 Batteries can reach 12AH albeit whilst being heavy. This brings me to the advantage of M12 Impact Drivers. They are lightweight.
If you are using your Impact in hard-to-reach positions, the lightweight tool lowers the stress on your muscles.
M12 Impacts can currently use up to 6ah batteries which is more than enough for a long work session. Fuel surge not only keeps your joints safe it also reduces muscle fatigue. Fuel surge uses a Hydraulic powertrain which reduces metal-on-metal contact. This makes for a much smoother operation.
WHAT IS THE MILWAUKEE FUEL SURGE IMPACT
Fuel Surge is a Hydraulic driver. Using a Hydraulic motor makes the Impact driver quieter than its fuel counterparts. Fuel Surge has less metal-on-metal contact within the tool. This makes the tool quieter and the performance smoother.
WHAT JOBS REQUIRE A MILWAUKEE IMPACT DRIVER
Milwaukee's Impact Drivers are useful in any job where you need to screw something in or unscrew it. They work on wood and are strong enough to use with metal too.
Whilst similar to regular drills, Impact Drivers tend to be smaller and more powerful. An impact driver’s main purpose is to drive large fasteners into the workpiece. It is not recommended to use an impact driver on smaller screws.
For basic tasks, an impact drill is not required but for bigger projects where more industrial work is needed then they come into their own. An impact driver is an ideal tool for putting decking together, installing a plywood subfloor, building wooden structures, or any other job that involves lots of joining of materials on a large scale.