Gedore 7604120 4301-01 Torque Wrench TORCOFIX SE, 14 x 18, 80 - 400 Nm
Gedore 7604120 4301-01 Torque Wrench TORCOFIX SE, 14 x 18, 80 - 400 Nm
Gedore 7604120 4301-01 Torque Wrench TORCOFIX SE, 14 x 18, 80 - 400 Nm
Gedore 7604120 4301-01 Torque Wrench TORCOFIX SE, 14 x 18, 80 - 400 Nm

Gedore 7604120 4301-01 Torque Wrench TORCOFIX SE, 14 x 18, 80 - 400 Nm

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  • For controlled bi-directional tightening
  • Ergonomically shaped, convenient black plastic handgrip with calibration aid
  • Classified to DIN EN ISO 6789:2003 Type II Class A, with a factory certificate. Working accuracy: +/- 3 % tolerance of scale set torque. The specification of the standard (+/- 4 %) is exceeded.
  • Dual scale N·m and lbf·ft below a window with a magnifying-glass effect
Overview
Gedore 4301-01 Torque wrench TORCOFIX SE 14x18, 80-400 Nm
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Gedore 7604120 4301-01 Torque Wrench TORCOFIX SE, 14 x 18, 80 - 400 Nm

Specifications
General Information
Brand
GEDORE TOOLS
Part Number
7604120
Product Type
Torque Wrench
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
Germany
UPC
4002805430118
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Color
Metallic / Blue
Finish
Zinc-Plated
Material
Steel Construction
Width
33 mm
Weight
3.91
Details
Wrench Type
Torque
Size
Insertion Depth: 25.0 mm
Type
Square
Grip Type
Ergonomic
Features
With micrometre scale for main N·m scale for setting interim values

Release system triggers a tactile and audible signal
Adjustable, releasing and sturdy tubular torque wrench with rectangular cavity for industry and the trades

Controlled screw tightening in the most widely used range of 5 - 400 N·m / 3.7 - 300 lbf·ft

Sturdy, varnished tubular steel construction, with zinc-plated rectangular cavity (9x12 mm or 14x18 mm) and high-grade plastic parts
Torque Range Nm
80 - 400 Nm
Torque Accuracy
+/- 3%
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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