GearWrench Releases Electronic Torque Wrench How-To Video

GearWrench Releases Electronic Torque Wrench How-To Video

The GearWrench hand tool brand has released a new video showcasing its popular electronic torque wrench (ETW) line. Available nationwide, the ETW line provides high-quality, outstanding features and great value, according to the company.

GearWrench - YouTube VideoThe video demonstrates the wrench’s ease of use and highlights additional features, including “Target Torque Alert,” which can be set to give a warning as the target torque setting is approached. This allows for more control so there is less chance of over-torquing a fastener, the company says. GearWrench ETWs also have the added benefit of being able to measure in foot-pounds, inch-pounds or Newton meters, which increases versatility.

“Not only do we want to provide our customers with quality tools, we want to arm them with the resources and tools needed to work efficiently,” said Jim Stewart, product manager for GearWrench. “This new video accurately and effectively demonstrates how to use the electronic torque wrenches to achieve the maximum results desired by today’s automotive technicians.”

GearWrench says the ETWs are accurate with a tolerance of plus or minus 2 percent for clockwise tightening from 20 percent to 100 percent of their full scale. The wrenches come in a blow-molded case for secure storage, and are covered under a limited one-year warranty. In addition, calibration is warranted for 90-days from the date of purchase.

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