power wrench

impact wrench

A wrench, driven pneumatically or electrically, which produces a series of impulsive torques.
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He alleged the van's driver Nugent distracted the garage owner while passenger Tyers stole a PS600 power wrench. He said the men later returned to the Teesside garage on November 14 last year and the businessman told them he'd called the police about the wrench.
The Netherlocks Power Wrench portable pneumatic valve actuator facilitates operation of manual valves for process industry employees while contributing to safe working conditions.
The Netherlocks Power Wrench portable valve actuator facilitates operation of manual valves for process industry employees.
While the unit could be serviced easily with an Allen wrench, the D-slot prevents the body's door detail from being torn off if a power wrench is used accidentally.
The Power Wrench's simple ratchet action means that rather than turning the wrench to tighten it, you can just squeeze the handles together in a simple scissor motion.
The assembly line, pioneered by Henry Ford, sped up mechanical production but required that manufacturers devise ways to hold nuts in place while workers used power wrenches to tighten them.
In effect the association is being stripped bare and the titular figures will have the power wrenched away from them.