Particularly useful for working on fasteners in odd sizes or shapes, these wrenches have a movable lower jaw that can be adjusted to fit around a range of differently sized fasteners. The jaws have a smooth surface to help avoid damage to the object being held or turned. Also known as crescent wrenches, these versatile tools are used in nearly every industry, including the construction, automotive, and plumbing trades.
These wrenches are a good choice for everyday use.
The handle on these wrenches has been wrapped or dipped in flexible plastic material for increased comfort and an improved grip when using the tool.
These tools combine the versatility of an adjustable wrench with the gripping power of locking pliers. Adjust the jaw opening to fit the fastener or object being worked on, and press the lever on the handle to lock the jaws and prevent them from opening when force is applied to the locking wrench.
With a tapered, pointed handle at one end and an adjustable wrench head at the other, spud handle adjustable wrenches can be used for aligning holes and tightening or loosening fasteners in construction and service applications.
Made from nonferrous materials, these adjustable wrenches help minimize the risk of a spark being generated while using the tool. Nonsparking tools are useful in environments that contain flammable solvents, liquids, vapors, dusts, or residues. OSHA has developed best practices guidelines for certain chemicals and processes that include choosing nonsparking tools.
Insulated hand tools help reduce risk of electrical shock when working near energized circuits. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) includes choosing insulated tools in its best practices guidelines for electrical safety in the workplace.
Help make sure you have the right wrench for the job with these adjustable wrench sets. Sets contain multiple wrenches in a range of sizes.