Ratchet and Socket Wrenches for Demanding Jobs

Featured Product from Lowell Corporation

The cast malleable iron 40 Series wrenches are available from 24” to 43” long with square, hex, or round/keyed openings from 3/4” to 4-1/2”. They have reversing controls in the head and enclosed, replaceable gears. The tools’ bolt-thru design makes it easy to tighten nuts on any threaded length.

The 20 Series wrenches have cast iron ratcheting heads and sturdy steel tubing handles.  They are available from 7” to 36” long with square, hex, or round/keyed openings from 3/8” to 2-3/8”. The reversing control is located at the end of the handle for remote accessibility. These tools also incorporate the “bolt-thru design”.

The 50 Series socket wrenches take a wide range of hex and square sockets that can be easily changed out with a removable retaining ring. Ratchet handles are available from 10” to 64” long and socket openings from 5/8” to 9”. There is a reversing control in the head and the bolt-thru design lets the tool access nuts on any threaded length. For extra durability, the ratchet mechanism is enclosed.

Lowell cast iron ratchet wrenches and ratcheting socket wrenches are commonly found on crushing equipment at coal fired power plants, operating valves or tightening large nuts and bolts at refineries and attaching counterweights to cranes on construction sites.  Other applications include back-up rudder control systems on ships, heat exchanger plate assembly, pipeline assembly and maintenance, and a variety of manufacturing jobs.