Strike free wrenches
Wright Tool introduces strike-free wrenches for heavy-duty applications.
Barberton, Ohio, February 16, 2011—Wright Tool introduces new strike-free wrenches that are used on heavy-duty applications where striking-face box wrenches cannot be used and where cheater bars should not be used. The strike-free wrenches are specifically designed for use where false blows are not permitted. The wrenches also loosen and tighten large fasteners in confined areas where there is not enough room to swing a striking tool.
The U.S.-made line of strike-free wrenches is available in 2- and 3-foot handle sizes, with 12-point wrench openings ranging in 17 sizes from 1 inch to 2 inches in diameter. Wright Tool’s strike-free wrenches are professional-grade and are manufactured for high strength, durability and reliability.
“The addition of these strike-free wrenches to our extensive line of wrenches allows Wright Tool to be a single source of tools needed for a variety of industries including the utility, heavy-duty construction, petrochemical and industrial maintenance industries,” said Ty Smith, director of business development at Wright Tool.
Wright Tool manufactures a complete line of more than 4,000 professional-grade hand tools for the industrial, contractor and MRO markets. All Wright-manufactured products carry lifetime guarantees against defects in workmanship. The company is committed to perfecting performance.