Solar Generator Options for Power Tools

Solar Generator

It’s no secret that most portable generators run on liquid fuel. It’s just how things have been done for years. The problem is, this is not only expensive and inefficient but it’s also damaging to the environment.

Diesel generators have been around longer but most of the newer solar generators outclass the standard diesel. It’s just that people are scared of the “new” technology. Solar generators are less mechanic and consumer nothing in order to produce energy. These use solar energy and convert it to electrical current, which means that as long as there is light there are solar rays coming through to charge the generator, even when it’s cloudy.

Solar generators are much quieter and operate quietly. Which can be a blessing on sites where noise is an issue. It’s also more efficient as it never requires buying fuel and you don’t have to worry about fumes. So it can be used anywhere.

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Ryobi p261 Review

Ryobi p261 Review

What is the Ryobi p261?

A 18V, 1/2” impact wrench, Ryobi p261 is designed to be compact yet powerful. The 1/2” anvil also has a ball detent pin retention so that it grips sockets tightly and accurately. It has a rating of of torque that makes it comparable with much bigger wrenches but still perfect for the home mechanic.

It also claims a rate of up to 3200 impacts per minute, an impressive number. The wrench is light and cordless which means it can go anywhere, unlike a pneumatic wrench. There are also three LED lights around the anvil so you’ll be able to see what you’re doing in tight spaces or at night. It has a metal gearbox that

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