Why do I think air impact wrenches are the coolest tools ever? Consider the following:
First of all, if you’re confused as to which tool I am exactly speaking about, you may know it by another name. The air wrench is also called an air gun, torque gun (my favorite name as I just think the work torque is cool) and the rattle gun. All of these names are referring essentially to a socket wrench power tool. hydraulic torque wrench is able to deliver high torque with minimal exertion by the user.
The two main styles of air wrench are the inline model – this is the one you hold like a screwdriver; and the more commonly known version – the pistol grip. In these models there are various ways you can attach the sockets or accessories to the anvil. In some versions there is a spring-loaded pin that snaps into a matching hole, securing the socket. There is also the hog ring (another favorite phrase) which holds the socket in place by snapping into provided indents.
Special Considerations When Using One
Like many special things, the air impact wrench required a certain touch when using hydraulic torque wrench. For instance, newbies to the tool often over-tighten or over-torque a nut or bolt when first using one. This can cause cross-threading to occur which is a bad, bad thing. In order to prevent this, be sure to hand tighten every nut or bolt before using the air wrench on it. This will help the wrench stop when a certain level of torque is met.
Another thing to note, there are certain accessories your wrench will require. These are mainly an air compressor, preferably one with a 10 gallon tank and enough HP to operate the wrench you have purchased. Also, you will need to make sure you get the proper sockets for this tool. Look for the ones that are made to withstand a high torque that will be supplied by the wrench.