Cordless impact wrenches are a great tool to use regardless – but they’re even better for people who enjoy working freely and without the restriction of a cord, or for people who need to be able to have tools that can travel with them throughout a workday. Cordless impact wrenches help to make work more convenient and an easy without sacrificing on any of the power that the air powered models are able to produce.

Our Torque Wrenches offer a dependable fast and Our Torque Wrenches offer a dependable fast and accurate way to tighten fasteners in automotive agricultural and commercial/industrial applications. Reversible ratcheting heads make work easier in tight spaces and an audible signal lets you know your target torque has been reached. A slide-back adjustment collar design and large laser-etched markings ...  More + Product Details Close


clamp ratchet wrench clamp ratchet spanner An open-ended multi-size ratchet wrench. The ratcheting mechanism allows the nut to be clamped-on or loosened with a reciprocating motion; flip the wrench to change direction of the drive. The wrench takes the advantage of the clamp action to allow multiple sizes in both SAE and metric standards. Each wrench typically will allow up to 3 non-metric sizes and 3 metric sizes. adjustable

A common hammer design has the hammer able to slide and rotate on a shaft, with a spring holding it in the downwards position. Between the hammer and the driving shaft is a steel ball on a ramp, such that if the input shaft rotates ahead of the hammer with enough torque, the spring is compressed and the hammer is slid backwards. On the bottom of the hammer, and the top of the anvil, are dog teeth, designed for high impacts. When the tool is used, the hammer rotates until its dog teeth contact the teeth on the anvil, stopping the hammer from rotating. The input shaft continues to turn, causing the ramp to lift the steel ball, lifting the hammer assembly until the dog teeth no longer engage the anvil, and the hammer is free to spin again. The hammer then springs forward to the bottom of the ball ramp, and is accelerated by the input shaft, until the dog teeth contact the anvil again, delivering the impact. The process then repeats, delivering blows every time the teeth meet, almost always twice per revolution. If the output has little load on it, such as when spinning a loose nut on a bolt, the torque will never be high enough to cause the ball to compress the spring, and the input will smoothly drive the output. This design has the advantage of small size and simplicity, but energy is wasted moving the entire hammer back and forth, and delivering multiple blows per revolution gives less time for the hammer to accelerate. This design is often seen after a gear reduction, compensating for the lack of acceleration time by delivering more torque at a lower speed.
The Makita XWT08Z LXT High Torque is a great investment for anyone who needs to do some heavy duty work and is one of the best of its kind. The device is powered by a strong brushless motor that allows it to work harder than other competitive models while maintaining cooler core temperatures. The motor also proves to be energy efficient and can improve the battery run time by up to 50%. You’ll be able to choose from three different speed settings that can attain speeds of up to 2,200 rpm and be able to do some serious work with the power output.
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wrench The most common type of adjustable wrench in use today. The adjustable end wrench differs from the monkey wrench in that the gripping faces of the jaws are displaced to a (typically) 15 degree angle relative to the tool's handle, a design feature that facilitates the wrench's use in close quarters. The modern adjustable end wrench was invented by Johan Petter Johansson [4]of Bahco. The common use of "Crescent wrench" to describe this design is derived from the Crescent brand, owned by Apex Brands, Inc. Apex Tool Group, LLC. adjustable
Strong compact lightweight and forceful this 20-Volt cordless Strong compact lightweight and forceful this 20-Volt cordless impact wrench fits into tight spaces and delivers a robust 1560 in. lbs. of maximum torque to power through tough fastening jobs on masonry metal and wood. Get huge savings with this package that includes two 20-Volt lithium-ion batteries (4Ah) charger and ...  More + Product Details Close
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