Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm
Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm
Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm
Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm
Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm
Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm

Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm

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Only 4 items in stock!
  • With 1/4" female hexagon drive for use with 1/4" hexagon bits as per DIN 3126 - C 6.3
  • Basic model
  • Working accuracy: +/- 10 % tolerance of the set torque, without calibration certificate
  • Precision mechanics and industrial manufacturing
  • Acc. to DIN EN ISO 6789, traceable to national standards
Overview

Controlled screw tightening in the range 0.2 - 4.5 N·m Serial manufacture with constant tightening value Precision mechanics and industrial manufacturing


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Gedore 2927721 PGNS 1.5 FS Torque screwdriver Typ PGN FS 1/4" 0,2-1,5 Nm

Specifications
General Information
Brand
GEDORE TOOLS
Part Number
2927721
Product Type
Screwdriver
Packaging
Retail
UPC
4010886949986
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Weight
0.60
Color
Blue
Details
Features
With 1/4" female hexagon drive for use with 1/4" hexagon bits as per DIN 3126 - C 6.3
Basic model
Working accuracy: +/- 10 % tolerance of the set torque, without calibration certificate
Precision mechanics and industrial manufacturing
Acc. to DIN EN ISO 6789, traceable to national standards
Precision mechanism slips very noticeably through when set torque is reached
Serial manufacture with constant tightening value
Controlled screw tightening in the range 0.2 - 4.5 N·m
Pre-set torque screwdriver without a scale
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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If ever there was a tool that was a niche toolmaker for professionals, Gedore would probably be that toolmaker. Gedore started making tools in 1919 out of a small forge in Dowidat, Germany, but like many other toolmakers, they have grown immensely since then. While Gedore does make extremely durable versions of the most common tools like screwdrivers, wrenches and hammers, Gedore also makes highly specialized tools like torque tools specially designed for heat exchangers and many more unique tasks. If you’re looking for reliable tools to do ultra-specialized jobs, Gedore may be right for you.

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