New standard ratcheting combination wrenches designed for high torque

With its beginnings in apple orchards, this company has returned to its green roots by machining large parts for the wind-power industry.


The new standard ratcheting combination wrenches from Williams are designed to handle higher torque applications without rounding or deforming hex fasteners points.

The Supertorque® ratcheting box end design means no contact is made at the corners. Rather, wrenching pressure is placed on the flat surfaces behind the points. Additionally, the wrenches’ Supercombo® open end has specially designed grooves that direct wrench force away from fastener corners.

Features and benefits of the new standard ratcheting combination wrenches include:

  • Ratcheting gear with up to 80 teeth, minimizing swing arc in tight places.
  • Nickel-chrome plating protects against corrosion and makes cleaning easy.
  • Sized for optimum comfort and balance.
  • Handles forged in the U.S.
  • Built with special alloy steel and heat treated for superior strength and durability.
  • Standard and metric sizes available.

Source: Snap-On Industrial

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