When the job calls for erecting scaffolding to work at an elevated level, the new Williams Scaffolding Ratchet from Snap-on Industrial Brands can be a true time saver.
Since most scaffolding uses 7/8” hex nuts, the ratchet comes with a 1/2” drive pinned 7/8” six-point socket. Opposite of the socket is a bronze hammer head, which comes in handy to pound out quick-release levers. A pry bar is located at the other end of the ratchet to aid in scaffolding disassembly.
Other features and benefits of the scaffolding ratchet include:
- 36-tooth gear with 10-degrees of engagement for working in tight areas.
- Supertorque lobular opening for greater turning power without deforming the fastener.
- Easy access reversing lever to change working direction with only one hand (Reverse lever on socket side of ratchet to avoid inadvertent damage from hammering).
- Bronze hammer head to reduce rebound.
- Tethering device to prevent dropped tools.
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