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Wrenches

A wrench from Grainger comes in many styles and configurations to meet your job requirements. Made of durable steel, these wrenches can handle any metalworking, plumbing, or electrical job. A combination wrench applies plenty of torque to tackle any tightening challenge, and is available individually or in sets. An adjustable wrench can conform to multisized nuts and bolts, and has a jaw capacity of up to 1+ inches. A light and portable hex key loosens and tightens hexagonal bolts and screws with ease, perfect for highly specialized machinery. Look to Grainger for any of the wrenches your industrial job might need.

Guide to selecting the right Wrench for the job
Pipe Wrenches

Adjustable jaw to modify wrench size. Used for turning soft iron pipes and fittings.

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Torque Wrench

Used to apply a specific torque to a fastener such as bolts or nuts. These wrenches should be used where the tightness of fasteners is essential.

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Hex & Torx<sup>®</sup> Key Wrenches

Hex Wrenches (also known as Allen Wrenches) are used for hexagonal sockets. Torx Key Wrenches are usedfor 6-point star-shaped pattern sockets.

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Ratcheting Wrenches

Used to loosen or tighten fasteners such as bolts or nuts attached to a socket. Wrench stays attached to the socket while the user applies a ratcheting action to tighten or loosen.

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Combination Wrenches

Used to loosen or tighten fasteners such as bolts or nuts. One end is open and the other end is closed.

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Adjustable Wrenches

Adjustable jaw to modify wrench size. Used for turning soft iron pipes and fittings.

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Open-End Wrenches

Used to loosen or tighten bolts or nuts. Both ends are open and usu- ally different sizes.

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Crowfoot Socket Wrenches

Non-cylindrical design is used to reach places that might be unreachable with a regular socket wrench.

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More Commonly Used Wrenches

Striking and Slugging Wrenches feature a square, heavy handle that can be struck with a hammer to tighten flange fittings. Spanner Wrenches are used to unscrew water pipes, faucets, gas pipes and other difficult pipes.

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Do you carry replacement generator head i need a 6000 generator head to fit on a Campbell Hausfeld.
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