Makita has launched its latest accessory series for its impact drivers – Impact Black; a high durability range suited for professional use.
All components can be recognised by a unique black coating designed to prevent rusting and guarantee longevity.
The Impact Black range includes 25mm screw bits, 50mm screw bits, and four 50mm magnetic nut setters with a ¼” hex shank in sizes 6mm, 8mm, 10mm and 13mm.
The range is completed with two hex to square drive adapters in 3/8” and ½” sizes, as well as a mag bit holder, a sleeve chuck and a screw guide.
Chris Cutler, assistant product manager at Makita, commented: “We’ve developed our Impact Black range to support professional users who required extremely durable accessories to complement the tools they use on a daily basis.
“The new black coating on the surface of the Impact Black range prevents rusting and corrosion, strengthening the durability of each component.
“Impact Black screw bits are 20% more durable than a standard screw bit – ensuring they last longer and subsequently lowering ongoing maintenance and replacement costs.”
For more information on Makita and the new Impact Black range, visit the company’s website.
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