A mechanical impact drill attachment for removing stuck screws or fasteners with ease.
Converts a Drill or Power Screwdriver into An Impact Driver
Easily Removes Stuck Fasteners
Instantly Delivers an Impact and Works with Hard to Penetrate Surfaces
Can Also Be Used to Tighten Fasteners
Attaches To Any Drill or Power Screwdriver in Seconds
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Faizal F. Khan of Walnut Creek, CA has created a mechanical impact drill attachment for removing stuck screws or fasteners with ease.Although a power drill and an impact driver are two very valuable power tools, due to their cost and similar physical parameters, many rely upon a drill only. But when the capabilities of an impact driver are required, a person may struggle with only a drill at hand. But now, there is the Impact Max Drill!The invention converts a drill or power screwdriver into an impact driver! Now users can quickly and easily remove fasteners that are stuck in wood or metal for a variety of reasons like when a fastener is painted over or corroded. This super driver instantly delivers an impact and works with hard to penetrate surfaces like hardwood, sheet metal, and stucco. The invention can also be used to tighten fasteners as well. It quickly and easily attaches to any drill or power screwdriver in seconds. It eliminates the added cost and space requirement of owning a separate impact driver, while speeding construction!The Impact Max Drill is now ready for market! Want to learn more? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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