The ratchet wrench consists of two main parts: the handle and the socket. The handle is the wrench itself. The part you hold in hand and turn to tighten or loosen the fastener.
Due to their small size and light weight, pneumatic ratchets are an excellent choice for fastening in tight or cumbersome applications.
At the end of the handle is a square-shaped projection called the driver. The driver accommodates the socket.
The socket is a metal cylinder which you attach to the ratchet wrench. Sockets come in varying sizes. You buy a set of them. Each socket in your set will match a nut or bolt of a particular size.
Chicago Pneumatic offers a wide range of powerful pneumatic ratchet wrenches from ¼’ to ½” square drive for every task.
Who Needs A Ratchet Wrench?
- People in construction
- Anyone who owns a car