Performance tap wrench for holding tools with square shank in accordance with DIN 10 with a newly designed reinforced body and knurled handles for very high loads.
Precision-eroded, hardened clamping jaws with built-in guide groove. The eroding process creates only minimal radii on the inside and outside corners. The movable jaws are secured by a cotter pin on the handle. This innovative type of fastening prevents the threaded screw connections from loosening Convenient operation
Handles with fine cross knurling ensure that you can work even with a high degree of soiling. A handle can easily be unscrewed when used in tight spaces Safe working even with high levels of force
Very high load capacity compared to commercially available models sustainable production
Black refined steel handles and powder-coated wrench body
field of useAdjustable tap wrench for holding hand tools with square shank according to DIN 10, such as hand taps, reamers or screw extractors.
manualWhen clamping hand taps, the following must be observed:The movable jaw of the winch iron is loosened by turning the handle. Now the square shank of the hand tap is placed in the gap that has been created. By turning the handle again, the hand tap is clamped and fixed between the jaws. The tool clamped in this way can be used to cut threads by hand.To do this, a core hole is pre-drilled in the workpiece. Now the drill is provided with a suitable coolant / lubricant and applied perpendicularly. Thanks to the two handles, a lot of force can be used and cutting is easy by hand. When thread cutting by hand, it is important to ensure that the drill is turned back at regular intervals in order to break the chips.
Metric thread cutting range min./max
Suitable for square insert size min./max
Thread cutting range inch Whitworth pipe thread BSP (G thread) min./max
G1 / 8-G1 / 2
Thread cutting range inch Whitworth (W thread) min./max