What should be considered when handling the impact wrench?
In principle, you can't do much wrong when dealing with an impact wrench. In general, you should be aware that you should not use an impact wrench to screw in conventional screws. For this purpose, there are cordless screwdrivers or cordless drill drivers, which you can also find in the Einhell range in numerous variants. So think about what tasks you really need such a high torque for, that the use of an electric, compressed air or cordless impact wrench makes sense.
If you want to screw in or unscrew a very stuck, possibly even rusted screw, it can happen that it "tears off" if too much force acts on the screw. You can prevent this by adjusting the torque correctly or carefully increasing it until the screw loosens. With our IMPAXXO 18/400, for example, you can choose between three speed levels that act on the screw with different torque levels.
If you turn a long screw into wood, for example, you should proceed with feeling. Because of the high force, it quickly happened that you screw the screw too deeply into the wood, which then frays around the screw head.