1/4" Drive Electronic Torque Wrench
Combines accuracy of an electronic torque wrench with the speed and ease of a mechanical style. Range from 12 to 120 in./lbs. with +/- 2% accuracy. Red light and buzzer signal specify torque value has been reached. Flexible drive tang can be used in a straight position for speed and 90° for leverage and torque. Doesn't require winding down torque setting after use.
Visual light reading and audible buzzer signify when torque values have been met. Other features include a long drive tang for access and a flexible head which allows the tool to be used as a screwdriver for speed and at a 90° bend for torque and leverage.
Different sockets do different jobs. For example impact sockets are tougher than standard sockets and designed to withstand the wear and tear exerted by an impact wrench. There are many features like this that will determine the how you can use the socket and what applications it is designed for.
|Socket Type||Flexible Sockets|
There are two basic types of Socket wrenches. Ratchets are traditionally thought of as socket wrenches and are used for tightening and loosening fasteners. Torque wrenches are designed to tighten bolts/nuts to a specific tightness. This tightness or torque is measured foot (or in some cases inch) pounds.
|Socket Wrench Type||Torque|
Sockets will follow one of two size conventions. SAE is commonly referred to as Standard or Imperial Standard and measurements are in fractions of an inch. Metric is the convention preferred by most countries and metric parts can be found on everything from engine bolts to home gyms. Metric sockets are measured in millimeters.
|Unit of Measure||Standard (SAE)|
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|Category||Sockets & Ratchets - 2057|