Ideal for home auto work, DeWalt's 1/2-inch electric impact wrench is a burly, no-nonsense tool that delivers 240 foot-pounds of torque and 2,700 impacts per minute. The tool is well balanced, weighs 7 pounds, and is 10-7/8 inches long. The trigger, a two-finger toggle switch, lets you comfortably rotate between forward and reverse--a feature especially handy for rocking loose stuck nuts. The impact wrench also features a detent-pin retainer that lets you lock a socket on the anvil (to remove, you depress the detent using a small pointed object, then simply pull the socket off). The motor's brushes are easily accessible and replaceable, too, and thanks to DeWalt's advanced brush system, which automatically stops the tool just before the brushes wear out, you'll know when it's time to replace them.
Technical Data + Specifications
Amps: 7.5 Amps.
Impacts/Min: 2,700 ipm.
Max Torque (ft-lbs): 345 ft-lbs.
No Load Speed: 2,100 rpm.
Power Tool Type: Corded
Tool Length: 11-1/4 in.
Tool Weight: 7.0 lbs.
Benefits + Features
- 120 V AC/DC, 50/60 Hz. 7.5 Amp
- 2,700 Impacts/min
- Ball and roller bearing construction
- Detent pin anvil