Industrial Duty Air Impact Wrench, 1/2" Square Drive Size 40 to 250 ft.-lb.
- Item # 4Z942
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 2705P1
- Catalog Page # 2500
- UNSPSC # 27131501
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- Item - Air Impact Wrenches Air Impact Wrench
- Drive Size - Air Tools 1/2" Square
- Body Style - Air Tools Pistol
- Retainer Type - Air Impacts Pin
- Torque Range 40 to 250 ft.-lb.
- Max. Torque 400 ft.-lb.
- Anvil Type - Air Impacts Standard
- Duty Cycle - Air Tools Industrial Duty
- Blows per Minute - Air Tools 1300
- Air Inlet Size - Air Tools 1/4" NPT
- Max. Bolt Capacity 5/8"
- Average CFM @ 15 Second Run Time 4.20
- CFM @ Full Load 23.0
- Free Speed 8500 rpm
- Required Pressure 90 psi
- Min. Hose Size 3/8"
- Overall Length 6-3/4"
- Features Jumbo Hammer Mechanism, Steel Hammer Case, Pressure Fed Mechanism Lubrication
- Tool Weight 5.63 lb.
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