Ratcheting Wrench facilitates work on pad mount transformers.
November 2, 2011 -
Using Model 101XRS, utility workers can open pentagon security nuts and adjust ¾ in. hexagon tie-down nuts used on pad mount transformers. Tool features one-piece design that incorporates gear, shaft, and sockets. Ratchet mechanism reverses with flick of lever, while 32 teeth minimize throw angle, making tool suitable for working in tight areas. Featuring 7 in. handle length with cushion grip, wrench has been tested to 90 lb-ft.
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|Original Press release |
65 Hartwell St.
West Boylston, MA, 01583
New Wrench Can Work in Tight Spaces on Pad Mount Transformers
WEST BOYLSTON, MA . . . A new ratcheting wrench from Lowell Corporation is designed to make it easier for utility workers to open the pentagon security nuts and adjust the 3/4" hexagon tie-down nuts used on pad mount transformers. The tool offers a number of convenience and safety features.
The 101XRS is built for tough duty with a rugged one-piece design that incorporates gear, shaft and sockets. The sturdy ratchet mechanism reverses with the flick of a lever. There are 32 teeth which reduce the throw angle between teeth and make the tool a good choice for working in tight areas. For extra strength, the head of the wrench is secured with a pin which also eliminates wobbling for better torque and reduced wear. Torque has been tested to 90 ft. lbs.
A cushioned grip improves comfort and reduces worker fatigue. Handle length is 7" and the tool weighs 1-1/2 lbs.
The 101XRS Transformer Wrench costs $64 and may be purchased through Lowell distributors. It is guaranteed against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from date of delivery.
For the name of a distributor, more information about Lowell tools, or a full-line catalog, call 800/456-9355 or 508/835-2900, visit www.lowellcorp.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.