BISON electric impact wrenches are driven by electricity. There are two types of electric impact wrenches, corded or cordless. Corded electric impact wrenches provide more power than cordless electric wrenches, and they can usually remove larger size bolts, nuts, and certain types of screws. However, corded electric impact wrenches are slightly more troublesome.
All types of BISON impact wrenches can be used for various construction or maintenance tasks. They are most commonly used in the automotive industry. But in some cases, it is better to use an electric impact wrench than an air impact wrench suitable for multiple construction sites.
The electric shock has forward and backward rocker switches and the no-load speed is 2100-2200 rpm. The maximum torque is 220-240 foot-pounds.
|No load speed||0-2600rpm|
|Product||Electric Impact Wrench|
|Chuck Type||Square head|
|Impact Frequency||0-2100/3500/4500 ipm"|
|Battery Capacity||2000mah Li-on Battery|
A: If you need to be able to move the wrench from one place to another, use an electric wrench. If you only need to use an impact wrench in one position, a pneumatic impact wrench is your best choice. Either way, these two types of impact wrenches can make your repair or maintenance work faster and easier.
A: You can use an impact wrench to tighten or remove bolts, screws, and fasteners. They are widely used tools in the automotive industry. The most common use that all of us often encounter is to remove or tighten lug nuts when changing car tires.