impact wrench


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impact wrench

[′im‚pakt ‚rench]
(mechanical engineering)
A compressed-air or electrically operated wrench that gives a rapid succession of sudden torques.

impact wrench

A wrench, driven pneumatically or electrically, which produces a series of impulsive torques.
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Limited Tenders are invited for 1)1/2" pneumatic impact wrench, minimum free speed 8000 or more, maximum torque - 600 nm or more for heavy industry purpose.
* A red Husky tool bag, a DeWalt 20-volt impact wrench and a 20-volt saw were stolen out of a van between 6 p.m.
GearWrench(R), an innovative hand tool brand known for providing tools to automotive technicians, has expanded its Air Impact Wrench line.
The second mighty impact wrench is the new Makita DTW1002 which has the more common %" square drive to carry impact sockets and identical technical features as the X" model with the exception of the drive being a friction-push fit, but delivers a maximum 1,000Nm of tightening torque.
Sometimes you just can't fit an ordinary air impact wrench into tight spaces.
Air Nail Gun and Air Impact Wrench Kit (both PS19.99) also available.
Commenting on the launch, Luis Clement, Chicago Pneumatic's vice president for tools, said: "We are redesigning our metal impact wrench line to provide the excellent ergonomics, high quality, and reliable performance that our users have come to expect from our brand.
CHICAGO Pneumatic has launched the new CP6135-D80 impact wrench, one of the most powerful 1-1/2-inch industrial impact wrenches in its range of high performance tools.
Remember, never use a power tool like an electric impact wrench. That can damage the lift mechanism and you can be hurt if the cab falls.
CORDLESS IMPACT WRENCH produces an incredible 1950 in/lbs of turning and tightening torque.
(0.028-kg) reverse valve casting for a Snap-On heavy duty air impact wrench that met tight tolerances and minimized machining;
Actuation is made by a keyway on the face of the chuck, an impact wrench may be used, and low-profile soft jaws are standard.