Air-Powered Torque Wrenches & Nutrunners
Air-powered torque wrenches (sometimes called nutrunners) connect to a pressurized air supply to drive nuts to a predetermined torque. Air-powered tools are generally lighter than cordless and corded tools, making them a good choice for tasks requiring extended run times. They also have fewer moving parts so they run cooler and require less maintenance. Users set the desired torque and the tool automatically stops tightening when the desired torque is reached to prevent overtightening. These wrenches are commonly used for assembly work, oil and gas pipelines, and other applications where overtightening can damage equipment.
Pistol-Grip Air-Powered Nutrunners