A 1/2 inch pneumatic impact wrench is a powerful tool used for tightening or loosening bolts and nuts quickly and efficiently.
It uses compressed air to create high-torque rotational force, making it suitable for heavy-duty applications.
Impact wrenches are commonly used in automotive repair, construction, and industrial settings.
Drive size: 1/2 inch refers to the size of the square drive at the end of the tool, which determines the size of the socket that can be used.
Torque range: The torque range of an impact wrench refers to the amount of rotational force it can generate, typically measured in foot-pounds (ft-lbs). Higher torque ranges are suitable for heavier applications.
Air consumption: The air consumption of an impact wrench is measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM) and refers to the amount of compressed air needed to power the tool. Higher CFM ratings require more powerful air compressors.
Speed: The speed of an impact wrench is measured in revolutions per minute (RPM) and refers to how quickly the tool can rotate. Higher speeds allow for faster tightening or loosening of bolts and nuts.