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Drill Bits Not Making Enough of An Impact? 

The Hornibrooks team is here to guide you through the simplicity of our drill bits and accessories. You need it, we’ve got it. 

Impact Drivers Bit Sets

These essentials are designed to effectively work long deck screws or carriage bolts into wooden posts. They can also be used to fasten concrete screw anchors into block walls and drive screws into metal studs.

For more on this, head over to our Diamond Drill Hole Saw range.  Need advice? Reach out to our team today.

Why invest in these essentials?

For harder woods and additional materials such as concrete and masonry, you will want to use an impact driver to get the job done effectively. This is essential for commercial or home building job sites.

If your project or contract requires you to work with softer woods, such as pine, larch, redwood, cedar or fir, you will benefit from using a lighter touch. We recommend this to prevent cracking of the wood or materials you are working with. For tougher tasks that require a cordless option, as well as drivers and saws, check out our selection.

Could I just use a hammer drill instead?

The short answer is no. The main point of difference between these alternatives and an impact driver is the direction from which they each exert additional force when twisting. These appliances apply more pressure directly into the bit as it hits the material you work into. An impact driver increases the power being delivered vertically to the product.

If you're using a hammer-based product, imagine it is being forced into the surface whilst in use. That is direct force and can be why a hammer drill may feel like a jackhammer mid-project. In comparison, an impact bit driver has unique apparatus inside that pushes a small anvil against the rotating mechanism internally from the side. This perpendicular pressure can be thought of as an increase in the force on a wrench around the screw, as opposed to just hammering the screw in with more force directly on its head, resulting in cleaner, tighter work with less room to damage onsite materials.

For additional accessories, check out our spade and auger bits here.

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