Material: The screwdriving bits are made of high-quality steel or other hardened materials to handle the high impact forces without breaking or wearing out quickly.
Bit Types: Impact double-ended screwdriving bits come in various types, such as Phillips, Pozidriv, Torx, square, or other specialized tips, offering versatility for different screw types and applications.
Bit Size: The bit size is specified for each tip, indicating the size of the screw head it fits (e.g., Phillips #2, T25, etc.).
Overall Length: The overall length of the impact double-ended bit is designed to fit within standard impact driver chucks.
Shank Type: The shank of the impact double-ended bit is designed with a 1/4-inch hex to fit into standard impact driver chucks.
Impact Rated: These bits are specifically rated for use with impact drivers, which generate higher torque and impact forces compared to regular drills or screwdrivers.
Durability: Impact double-ended bits are engineered to be more durable than standard bits, with increased resistance to breaking or wearing out during heavy use.
Corrosion Resistance: Some impact bits may come with a protective coating or finish to enhance their corrosion resistance and increase their lifespan.
Application: Impact double-ended screwdriving bits are designed for heavy-duty applications and are commonly used in construction, carpentry, metalworking, and other industrial settings.
Storage: Some impact bit sets may come with storage cases or holders to keep the bits organized and easily accessible.
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