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    1/4" 3/8" Air Ratchet Wrench, 30 ft/lb, 450rpm

    Air ratchet wrench for sale with 1/4 inch Screwdriver socket, 1/4" – 3/8" socket adapter, 5 pcs 6 Point Metric Impact Sockets. Maximum torque 30 ft/lb, no load speed 450rpm, working pressure 0.62 MPa, air inlet 1/4 in. Pneumatic ratchet powered by compressed air, perfect for fastening bolts in narrow place.
    SKU: T-ARW-4830
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    1/4", 3/8" air ratchet wrenches are used for automobiles, motorcycles, electro mobiles and bicycles assembly and maintenance, as well as applied to small mechanical equipment, electronic appliances, and home appliances among other things, especially narrow places in air conditions and refrigerator compressor. In addition, assemble and disassemble bolts in construction, power stations and bridge engineering also need air ratchet wrenches.


    Model T-ARW-4830
    Drive Size 1/4, 3/8 inch
    Working Pressure 90 PSI (0.62 MPa)
    Air Inlet Size 1/4 inch (6.35mm)
    Hose Size 10 * 6.5mm
    Air Consumption 4.2 CFM
    Maximum Torque 30 ft/lb (41Nm)
    No Load Speed 450rpm
    Power Source Air Powered
    Body Length 220mm
    Weight 0.57kg
    Package Included 1 PC Air Ratchet Wrench
    1 PC Screwdriver Socket, 1/4"
    5 PCS 6 Point Metric Impact Sockets, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm
    1 PC Socket Adapter, 1/4" - 3/8"


    Dimensions of 1/4 3/8 inch Air Ratchet Wrench 30 ft/lb

    Package Included

    1/4 3/8 inch Air Ratchet Wrench 30 ft/lb Package Included

    Tips: Difference between Impact Sockets and Regular Sockets

    Air impact wrenches and air socket wrenches are used with different sizes of sockets. Sockets are divided into impact sockets and regular sockets. The difference between impact sockets and regular sockets is the material used. Made of softer steel, impact sockets can receive more torque than normal sockets. Impact sockets are as well as thicker than ordinary sockets so that they can accept more torque easily. Due to impact sockets made of softer material, they will tend to deform a little every time you use. Normal sockets are made of harder and stronger steel but can’t bear impacts well. They are thinner than impact sockets, so they are too hard to absorb torque. So it is better to use impact sockets on air impact tools.

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