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Adjustable spanners

The adjustable spanner can be used with the hexagonal flats.   Adjustable spanners come in sizes of:  6 inch - 0 - 20 mm jaw width 8 inch - 0 - 30 mm jaw width 10 inch - 0 - 35 mm jaw width 12 inch - 0 - 40 mm jaw width Adjustable spanners can be used with hexagonal flats. They come with jaw widths of:

  • 6 inch – 0-20 mm
  • 8 inch – 0-30 mm
  • 10 inch – 0-35 mm
  • 12 inch – 0-40 mm

Mole grip pliers

Vice grip pliers can lock in place with the hexagonal flats.     They come in sizes from 5 inches in length to 12 inches, with a jaw capacity from 0 to 79 mm (0 to 3 1/6 inch). Mole grip pliers can lock in place with the hexagonal flats. They come in sizes from 5 inches in length to 12 inches, with a jaw capacity from 0 to 79 mm (0 to 3 1/6 inch).

Spanners

A spanner is used to give the user grip when wanting to apply force to turn objects, such as nuts and bolts. They are known as open ended spanners and ring spanners. Spanners fit around the hexagonal flats and come in sizes between 6-34mm. These specific sizes are the width of each end of the spanner that fits onto the bolt grip. A spanner is used to give the user grip when applying force to turn objects, such as nuts and bolts. Spanners fit around the hexagonal flats and come in sizes between 6-34 mm. These specific sizes are the width of each end of the spanner that fits onto the bolt grip.
Spanners come with open ends, ring ends or both together. They do the same job, however, the ring makes the grip more secure. Available spanner sizes are:   1/4 - 6 mm 5/16 - 8 mm 3/8 - 10 mm 7/16 - 11 mm 1/2 - 13 mm 9/16 - 14 mm Spanners come with open ends, ring ends or both together. They do the same job, however, the ring makes the grip more secure. Available spanner sizes are:

  • 1/4 – 6 mm
  • 5/16 – 8 mm
  • 3/8 – 10 mm
  • 7/16 – 11 mm
  • 1/2 – 13 mm
  • 9/16 – 14 mm
5/8 - 16 mm 11/16 - 17 mm 3/4 - 19 mm 3/4 - 20 mm 1 - 25 mm 1 1/8 - 28 mm 1 1/6 - 30 mm 1 1/4- 32 mm 1 3/8 - 34 mm
  • 5/8 – 16 mm
  • 11/16 – 17 mm
  • 3/4 – 19 mm
  • 3/4 – 20 mm
  • 1 – 25 mm
  • 1 1/8 – 28 mm
  • 1 1/6 – 30 mm
  • 1 1/4- 32 mm
  • 1 3/8 – 34 mm

Air and electric impact wrenches

Air and electric impact wrenches are powered socket wrenches designed to produce high torque output with minimal effort. An air impact wrench's main power source is compressed air, while the electric wrenches use electricity through cord and cordless devices. They both contain a rotating drive, using the electricity or compressed air to deliver.    Air and electric impact wrenches are powered socket wrenches designed to produce high torque output with minimal effort. An air impact wrench’s main power source is compressed air, while the electric wrenches use electricity through cord and cordless devices. They both contain a rotating drive, using the electricity or compressed air to deliver power.

Hand ratchets (socket wrenches)

A hand ratchet is a tool with a metal handle attached to a ratcheting mechanism. The mechanism is attached to a socket, which fits onto a type of nut or bolt. The ratchet either tightens or loosens the nut or bolt depending on whether it is pushed or pulled. A hand ratchet is a tool with a metal handle attached to a ratcheting mechanism. The mechanism is attached to a socket, which fits onto a type of nut or bolt. The ratchet either tightens or loosens the nut or bolt depending on whether it is pushed or pulled.

Air ratchets

An air ratchet is similar to the hand ratchet which contains the square drive. The difference is an air motor is attached to turn the socket drive. You push the lever to activate the motor to turn the socket drive.
An air ratchet is similar to a hand ratchet with a square drive. The difference is an air motor is attached to turn the socket drive. You push the lever to activate the motor to turn the socket drive.