The Neiko torque screwdriver is an economical solution for delivering precise, but powerful levels of rotating force to threaded fasteners, such as screws and bolts, without damaging them.
What Is a Torque Screwdriver?
Torque screwdrivers, sometimes called torque drivers, provide specific levels of torque by limiting the pressure generated by the tool. This is a common need in precision applications where fasteners must carefully, but securely bind components.
The Torque Tool Set You Need
The Neiko Torque Driver is designed as a multi-use hand tool, suitable for electronic repair, firearm accurizing, instrument assembly, as well as general use. It has a 10-50 inch-pound torque range, adjustable in 5 inch-pound increments. Torque adjustments are easily made with the 'Pull-Turn-Lock' handle design. Levels are visible in the embedded meter window, and selected tension is automatically locked in with each adjustment. During use, fasteners turn with minimal effort, but as a set torque level is reached, the handle section of the tool clicks forward with each attempted turn. This movement is separate from the shank and bit, limiting unnecessary wear on fasteners or other components.
The tool features a 4-1/2 inch long shank to increase its reach, 20 bits in various common head types and sizes, and a universal 1/4-inch drive head making it compatible with any additional 1/4-inch sockets. A heavy duty hardshell case, and two removable bit holders are also included.
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