Snap-on introduces its 1/4-inch drive Adjustable Torque Screwdrivers with pin retention

Kenosha, Wis.-The new Snap-on 1/4-inch drive Adjustable Torque Screwdrivers with pin retention are the ideal tools when the job requires precision and low torque.

 

“Our new adjustable torque screwdrivers have a multitude of applications and provide the precision, performance, and production you expect from a Snap-on screwdriver,” said John Ficcadenti, product manager for Snap-on. “Extremely easy to use, all you do is pull the knob out, turn it to the desired torque setting and then push the knob back in to lock in the setting. It is great for torquing fasteners to objects on an assembly line like printed circuit boards and also works well on sensors, actuators, fuel pressure regulator brackets, and fuel filter brackets.”

 

Among the features and benefits of the new Snap-on 1/4-inch drive Adjustable Torque Screwdrivers with pin retention are:

 

•    1/4-inch drive end complements earlier models with bit holders

 

•    Pin retains the socket to the square drive

 

•    Freewheels 90 degrees when specified torque is obtained — competitive units without this freewheeling feature can cause overtorquing of the fasteners

 

•    Torques only in the clockwise direction; accuracy within ± 6 percent (from 20 percent to 100 percent full scale)

 

•    New textured body provides a nonslip grip

 

•    Comfortable ergonomic tri-lobe grip — prevents the device from rolling off a flat surface and being damaged

 

•    Lightweight, yet rugged construction

 

•    Easy-to-read torque setting

 

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