Lowell Corp.’s 50 double square distribution lineman’s wrench is used for high-line utility pole installation and repair. The ergonomic handle shape makes work more comfortable, and the bolt-thru design lets bolts pass entirely through sockets and arm head so nuts can be secured on any threaded length.
Channellock’s 6SWCB 6-in. Code Blue Wideazz Xtra slim adjustable wrench features a super-wide jaw opening, a precise 4-thread knurl and minimal head width. The measurement scales are laser-engraved with inches on the front and millimeters on the reverse.
Lowell’s dual-end lineman’s wrench features six socket sizes in one wrench. There is a double ratchet tooth engagement for added strength, and the nominal length is 8¼ in. It features reversing control at both ends and comes in 9/16- and ¾-in. hex sizes. The 3/4-in. hex also turns 5/8-in.
Greenlee’s 0154-12D adjustable 12-in. wrench features a double-dipped vinyl handle for user comfort and slip resistance. The wide capacity jaw design provides versatility, and there is a measuring scale on the head for easy sizing. It features a corrosion-resistant finish. It is precision-machined to tight tolerances for professional feel and smooth operation while exceeding ASME/ANSI specifications.
Cementex’s insulated double-torque wrench provides protection in potentially hazardous electrical work environments. It features two separate layers of insulation for twice the protection. A yellow undercoat is covered by an orange overcoating to create a high-voltage barrier. The impact-resistant, flame-retardant insulation provides protection.
Matco Tools’ 1/4-in. drive fixed torque wrench features a durable 72-tooth teardrop reversible ratchet head and an audible click or impulse when the torque setting is reached. The handle is made of anodized aluminum with a nonslip diamond knurl. The retractable lock ring prevents accidental change of torque setting.