Get a Grip with our Sturdy Impact Wrenches
Some work demanded by socket wrenches requires torque applied to the wrenching action. An impact wrench does just that. It delivers high torque with little physical exertion by the user. Energy is stored in the rotating mass and delivered suddenly to the output shaft. While mainly used in industrial applications, impact wrenches can also find use in domestic and farming applications.
There are many types of impact wrenches available in the market today from different manufacturers. The most popular impact wrenches are powered by compressed air. Other power sources include hydraulics, electrical (including cordless models), and the petrol driven model, which is what we carry at Parklands.
Petrol powered models are especially designed for use in outdoor applications where portability and long periods of use are a must. In this sphere our Tanaka Impact Wrench is without equal. It does not need generators and electrical cables to perform its job. And, you don’t need to carry heavy battery chargers either.
The comfort and convenience this tool brings doesn’t end there. It has an ergonomic design that is well-balanced so you can position it for horizontal or vertical use. The rubber grips minimise the vibration you feel in your hands when you grip the roll bar which also doubles as handholds. It also has a front handle that’s large enough to accommodate your gloved hands for maximum comfort.
Ideal for use on railways, dams, forestry, construction, mining and so on, the Tanaka Impact Wrench is powered by a trusty 47 cc two-stroke petrol engine. This hardy unit comes with a heavy-duty centrifugal clutch system. The unit has been designed to provide extremely high torque that you can adjust to two different torque levels with just one push of a button.
High torque is paramount for impact wrenches. And, out in the field where power is not available our Tanaka impact wrench keeps on keeping on.