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What are Impact screwdriver bits?

 These are unique bits developed for use in electric impact drivers, and they are distinguished by their ability to absorb the torque peaks produced by impact drivers. Most of the time, the bits are employed incorrectly since we use "normal" bits in impact drivers, and because they do not absorb torque peaks, they break sooner.

What are the Parts of impact screwdriver bits?
  • Tip: It is responsible for the union between the tip and the screw. The tip can be of different sizes and shapes but the most frequent ones are the PZ, PZ, and TX.
  • Neck: This type of bit is characterized by a narrower neck than the rest of the bits and is responsible for absorbing the torque produced by the screwdriver.
  • Head: The head is the point of union between the bit and the impact driver.
Types of bits for impact screwdriver bits
  • PH tips: We can discover PH hints in a variety of aspects of our everyday lives, but we may emphasize their application in the building or electrical appliance industries, for example. Among the several PH impact tips are PH1, PH2, and PH3.
  • PZ tips: PZ tips are quite common in the realm of wood furniture making. That is why PZ bits are appropriate for such operations since many furniture construction jobs use PZ head screws. Among the several PZ impact bits are the PZ1, PZ2, and PZ3.
  • TX tips: TX tips are often used in the automobile, motorcycle, and electrical appliance industries. As a result, TX bits are appropriate for use in impact screwdrivers for these industries. The T10, T15, T20, T25, T30, and T40 are among the several TX impact bits.