DoubleShot Wrench Combines Two Wrenches in One

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Lowell has added the 8D DoubleShot PLUS wrench to its line of DoubleShot wrenches that combine two wrenches in one for rugged duty in utility, construction, maintenance and pipeline work.

Specific applications include mechanical joints, restraints, repair clamps, service saddles, flange bolts, friction clamps, hydrant break flanges and gas/water industry couplings.

The DoubleShot PLUS features a torque capacity of 200 lb-ft and a ratchet engagement design that improves bite while applying torque. This new design ensures smoother operation and quicker reversing.

There are two models of the DoubleShot PLUS: the DSP1 has a 1 1/4 in. x 1 1/16 in. hex double socket and the DSP2 has a 1 1/8 in. x 15/16 in. hex double socket. Both models are 13 in. long and feature ergonomic handles and high-vis sockets and grips, which make it easy to find the tools on a worksite or in a toolbox. Each wrench weighs 1 3/8 lbs. With both models, ratchets have 36 teeth resulting in a 10-degree handle throw that is especially useful for faster, safer work in tight spots.

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