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High-torque impact wrench


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Milwaukee Tool says its new M18 Fuel 1” D-Handle Extended Anvil High-Torque Impact Wrench has been designed to elevate the productivity of diesel technicians who do tire work on commercial vehicles and heavy equipment.

Described as the world’s first cordless tool power tool delivering up to 2,000 ft-lb. of “nut-busting torque and 1,900 ft-lb. of fastening torque,” it features Milwaukee’s One-Key technology. In addition to power, it delivers the run-time to accomplish a full day of work whether on the road or in the shop. Through One-Key, users can take advantage of Lug Nut Mode – a unique feature which prevents the risk of over-torquing commercial lug nuts.

Like all of Milwaukee’s M18 Fuel solutions, the new D-Handle Extended Anvil High-Torque Impact Wrench combines three exclusive innovations: the PowerState brushless motor for high torque, RedLink Plus intelligence to protect the tool from overload, and RedLithium battery pack for longer service life.

A four-mode Drive Control feature provides users the versatility to switch between modes to match the power and speed for the application.

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Milwaukee Tool has announced its next generation M18 Fuel high torque impact wrenches. It delivers up to 1,400 ft.-lbs. of torque in a compact, cordless design.

While the first generation of this impact wrench answered many needs, said Eric Rusch, senior product manager for Milwaukee Tool, some “applications like rusted and corroded fasteners still called for the performance of pneumatic.” Now, “we are able to deliver a solution that is powerful enough to replace pneumatic and corded altogether while being the most compact high torque impact wrench in the industry.”

The new models include one with half-inch friction ring another with a half-inch pin detent. Both are designed with a four-mode drive control feature, providing the user with the versatility to switch between modes to match the power and speed to the application at hand. A new bolt removal mode provides maximum torque to remove stubborn bolts or nuts. When it senses the bolt or nut is broken free, the tool then shifts to 750 rpm for control when removing fasteners.

It will be available in September 2017.




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