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Impact Wrenches

An impact wrench is a tool used for heavy-duty loosening and tightening of nuts and bolts. Impact wrenches are widely used in automotive repair shops, construction and product assembly. CROP stocks an extensive range of impact wrenches that work on battery, compressed air or electricity. We can help with your search with options to suit every task and budget. An impact wrench is incredibly useful for successfully completing a wide range of tasks – from home DIY projects to car repairs or other bits of work. If you’re considering adding to your toolbox, read on to explore what can make an impact wrench the ideal choice.

Air or Battery powered Impact Wrenches?

One of the stand-out features of an impact wrench is the substantial level of torque output you can achieve. Compressed air impact wrench is a popular power source because it is often a more affordable and does not require a power source. Cordless impact wrenches can be very handy for hard-to-reach areas but keep in mind that they require recharging as they are battery-powered. An impact wrench may look like a drill, but its high torque is delivered at a low speed through a hammering action.

What is an Impact Wrench used for?

A socket wrench can be used for many different purposes in a wide range of industries.

  • Car repairs
  • Big construction projects
  • Maintaining heavy plant

In addition, a cordless impact wrench can help if you need to change your vehicle tyres.

Impact Driver vs Impact Wrench

Impact drivers can be compared to traditional drills but with a much higher rotational torque than impact wrenches. They are used a lot for woodwork as it is the ultimate fastening tool. The main difference to be aware of is that an impact driver will often have a ¼-inch hex opening.

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