TEKTON 1/2 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-150 ft.-lb.) | 24335
(as of Sep 24, 2021 17:14:23 UTC – Details)
Calibrated to an accuracy of +/ 4%, the TEKTON 1/2 in. Drive Click Torque Wrench lets you work with confidence, eliminating guessing and the common tendency to overtighten fasteners. Correctly tightening fasteners to a vehicle or equipment manufacturer’s torque specifications ensures parts are properly secured without being damaged. Simple and easy to use, this wrench has a reversible ratcheting head that drives fasteners in both directions and measures torque in the clockwise direction. To measure torque, set the desired value on the handle scale (foot pounds or Newton meters) and begin tightening the fastener. When the preset torque value is reached, a reliable mechanical operation inside the handle produces a click you can hear and feel, alerting you to stop applying force. Built for consistent performance and years of dependable service, the mechanical design doesn’t need batteries, and the allsteel construction has no plastic parts to break or wear out.
IMPORTANT: This wrench is shipped precalibrated and ready to use. To help maintain calibration, store at its lowest setting of 10 ft.lb./13.6 Nm when not in use. Be sure to read and understand the operator’s manual, including all safety information, before first use.
- Range – ft.-lb.: 10-150 ft.-lb.
- Range – Nm: 13.6-203.5 Nm
- Increment: 1 ft.-lb. (1.36 Nm)
- Accuracy: ± 4 percent
- Length: 18-3/8 inch
- Ratchet: 24 tooth
- Country of Origin: Taiwan
- (1) 1/2 in. drive torque wrench
- (1) Storage case
- (1) Operator’s manual with torque conversion chart
Includes 1-pc. 1/2 in. drive torque wrench; Storage case; Product manual with torque conversion chart
Wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt when the preset value is reached
Permanently marked, high-contrast dual-range scale is easy to read, even in low light
Reversible ratchet head drives in both directions and measures torque in clockwise direction
Durable all-steel construction has no plastic parts to break or wear out
Ships pre-calibrated to +/- 4% accuracy and ready to use