Ratchet combination wrench, for safe work at heights

160/2-H

Product attributes

  • material: premium chrome vanadium steel
  • drop forged, entirely hardened and tempered

Advantages:

  • ratchet: works both way, screw direction can be changed with button
  • Stop ring on the ring part of the wrench prevents unexpected slip of the wrench from the nut and positioning back on the nut.
  • It enables quick and easy tightening of the nut without causing damage to the user and quick, save and precise positioning of the wrench on the nut.
  • non-removable riveted metal ring
  • tool weight is marked on each tool
  • the rings on the tools are large enough to accept 2 carabiners
  • Unior’s tools for working at heights have been designed to preserve the tools’ basic functions, ergonomics and utility, or to reduce them to the smallest possible extent.
  • sliding metal ring does not obstruct use of tool on either end
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CodeWrench sizeLenghtWidthWidthThicknessThicknessweight-- prazen stolpec -- 
626389813417,116,78,44,741 +
626390915821218,45,568 +
6263911015821218,45,566 +
6263921116422,6239,7677 +
6263931216723,8259,76,287 +
6263941317724,927,59,76101 +
62639514189272910,17120 +
6263961519828,131,511,77,2148 +
6263971620429,93311,77,5166 +
6263981722431,934,911,78207 +
6263991824534,438,9128,8249 +
6264001924534,438,91912247 +
6264012128045,742,614,29,5399 +
6264022228045,742,614,29,5378 +
6264032431051,746,514,710484 +
* Images of products are symbolic. All dimensions are in mm, weight in grams.
  • HIGHLY EFFICIENT SOLUTIONS

    Working at heights involves high levels of risk, so nothing can be left to chance. Unior – a synonym for high-quality hand tools, presents a line of tools specially adapted for working at heights in order to avoid dangerous falls.
  • HIGH-QUALITY TOOLS FOR SAFE WORK AT HEIGHTS

    Tools for working at heights are standard tools equipped with attachment points. secured tools significantly increase job safety.
  • High precision

    Unior’s tools for working at heights have been designed to preserve the tools’ basic functions, ergonomics and utility, or to reduce them to the smallest possible extent.