Toronto, Ontario — Milwaukee Tool is proud to introduce its new line of impact wrenches—the M12 FUEL Right Impact Angle Wrenches.
The company says the line is the first collection of brushless right angle impact wrenches on the market, and the new tools provide users with more torque and output than your traditional cordless or pneumatic solutions.
Available in 3/8” and ½” sizes, the new M12 FUEL Right Angle Impact Wrenches are equipped with a long body profile and are said to provide more access and ultimate control in hard-to-reach applications.
The low-profile head of only 2.8 inches in length easily fits into tight spaces and allows users to be more productive, decreasing the need for socket extensions commonly used with pistol-grip impact tools.
“When completing applications that allow limited access, professionals are limited to using pneumatic or brushed-motor right angle impacts. However, the limited portability and torque associated with these solutions has been a frustration for these users,” said Eric Rusch, group product manager for Milwaukee Tool. “Due to our extensive research with users on the jobsite and in the shop, we saw an opportunity to create a cordless solution that not only boasts the benefits of no compressors, hoses, and routine maintenance, but is also equipped with a low-profile design and higher torque to tackle these types of applications.”
The M12 FUEL Right Angle Impacts’ POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor delivers up to 220 ft-lbs of nut-busting torque, removing stubborn bolts and fasteners.
Milwaukee’s FUEL line is also designed with a four-mode Drive Control feature, where Milwaukee says users have unmatched control and the versatility to switch between modes to match the power and speed necessary for the application at hand.
All four modes are said to allow for maximum precision control, with the fourth featuring an auto shut-off mode to prevent over-fastening of bolts, and bolt removal mode for more control after bolt breakaway.
For more information on Milwaukee Tool’s new M12 FUEL Right Angle Impact Wrenches, visit milwaukeetool.ca.