Milwaukee Mid-Torque Impacts Can Tackle 90% of Fastening Applications
For increased visibility in low-light workspaces, the tools are designed with tri-LEDs that deliver brighter light with fewer shadows.
Work In Tight Spaces With Mac Tools 1/2-in. Mini Impact Wrench
This impact wrench features a variable-speed trigger, one-hand forward/reverse and three-position regulator.
Milwaukee Tool 1/2-in. Ext. Anvil Impact Wrench
This impact wrench delivers controlled torque output, eliminating the need for torque sticks.
SP Air Corporation Announces New Cordless Mini Impact Wrench
This new cordless impact is designed for working in tight areas.
Chicago Pneumatic Introduces Redesigned 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench
The new Chicago Pneumatic CP7748 is more powerful and more compact than its predecessor, and features a unique forward/reverse system for one-handed power and directional control of the tool, said the company.
Chicago Pneumatic Introduces New Cordless Impact Wrench
The CP8849 delivers a powerful 850+ ft.-lbs. (1150+ Nm) and has four settings in forward, two of which are shut-off options, and one in reverse.
Matco Tools Offers New Color Options In Popular 1/2″ Impact Wrench
Available in green and orange, these impact wrenches feature a one-hand push-button forward/reverse design.
Mac Tools Introduces New Cordless Brushless Impact Wrench And Impact Driver
Three speed settings and a variable speed trigger enable the user to control the tool’s speed, delivering 0-1,700, 0-1,950 and 0-2,800 rpm, depending on the user’s need.
Sunex Tools Offers Super Duty Mini Impact Wrench
The 3/8″ Super Duty Mini Impact Wrench w/Grip (Model SXMC38) from Sunex Tools features a compact design that is ideal for tight spaces.
VIDEO: Should I Tighten An Axle Nut With An Impact?
In one of the most-viewed videos in 2017, Andrew Markel explains why you should hand-tighten an axle nut, and how an impact could damage the CV axle or bearing. Sponsored by BCA Bearings.
New 3/8″ Angle Impact Wrench From Monster
Monster delivers the new 3/8″ angle impact wrench (MST7015), offering technicians speed and durability. To make sure it can get just about any job done, Monster maxed it out with a 160 ft.-lb. of torque at 7,000 rpm, said the company.