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Milwaukee Heavy Duty Impact Driver: 18V, 1500 in-lb Max Working Torque, 3600 ipm Impact Rate, 2800 RPM Max Speed, Hex, Li-Ion

Item # 303U766

$240.63 Each

Product Specs

Voltage: 18V
Maximum Working Torque: 1,500 in-lb
Impact Rate: 3,600 ipm
Maximum Speed: 2,800 RPM
Drive Size: 1⁄4 in
Drive Shape: Hex
Battery Included: Yes
Battery Capacity: 2 Ah
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Overall Length: 5 1⁄2 in
Tool Weight: 2.2 lb
Adjustable Clutch: No
Application: Heavy duty driving and fastening
Batteries Required: Yes
Battery Model: 258U319
Charger Included: Yes
Charger Model: 514U077
Clutch Style: Impact
Drive Configuration: Right Angle
Duty: Heavy
Features: Compact lightweight design fits into tight areas; Superior pack construction
Handle Base Material: Plastic
Handle Grip Material: Rubber
Handle Style: T-Handle
Housing Material: Aluminum
Includes: (1) Charger; (1) Carrying Case; (2) Battery
Maximum Forward Torque: 1,500 in-lb
Maximum Reverse Torque: 1,500 in-lb
Motor Type: Brushed
Number of Batteries Included: 2
Number of Clutch Settings: Continuous
Number of Pieces: 5
Number of Speed Settings: Continuous
Overall Height: 8 1⁄2 in
Overall Width: 2 1⁄4 in
Power Source: Cordless
Required Battery: 18 V Lithium-Ion
Reversible: Yes
Specifications Met: cULus
Speed Setting: Variable Speed
Switch Type: Trigger

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • China
Hazardous material - General

About Impact Drivers

Drive large and difficult fasteners using these battery-powered cordless impact drivers. These tools combine the rotational force of a driver with impact force along the axis of the bit to produce higher torque than conventional drivers. For best results, impact drivers should be used with impact drive bits, which are made from softer material than standard drive bits in order to better absorb high impact and torque. Cordless tools are generally more compact than corded tools, making them well suited for working in tight spaces. They don't have cords to tangle or trip over and don't require access to an AC power source to operate. Cordless tools can often share batteries with tools of the same brand and voltage. Battery chemistry, capacity (amp hours), and recharge time impact the run time and down time for the tool.

With batteries that are rated at 18V and higher, heavy duty cordless impact drivers provide more power than tools with lower-voltage batteries for frequent, continuous use and demanding applications such as removing stuck or rusted fasteners. These tools are typically heavier and less compact than tools with lower-voltage batteries.

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