We no longer use torque to rate the power of our drills but insteaduse Unit Watts Out or UWO. UWO is the maximum power output for a drill system. This methodtakes into account the efficiency of the entire drill system (transmission, clutch, and chuck) giving you a measurement where it really matters on the job; at the chuck. The drill?s Power Rating is measured by its Units Watts Out (UWO), the point where the drill?s speed and torque output are the highest. The higher a drill?s Power Rating, or UWO, the faster it will perform on the jobsite. For further information on power ratingyou can see Click here.
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