Has your impact wrench lost power since new and you can no longer remove that stubborn nut or bolt?
A reduction in maximum torque is common amongst regular pneumatic tool users however M7 has now solved this issue of impact wrenches losing power over time due to regular use and lack of servicing with the release of the new “EZ Grease” Anvil Series.
Regular maintenance of a pneumatic tool is the key to maintaining its maximum torque as well as extending the life of the tool. The new ‘EZ grease” anvil is a patented design that allows the user to grease their impact wrench quickly and easily without having to break open the tool case and then reassemble which can be both complicated and time consuming. Through a small easy to use syringe applicator, the user can apply the exact amount of grease needed through the anvil directly to the internal hammer mechanism and get straight back to work within minutes.
Testing shows that a 1/2” impact wrench after three months heavy use can lose as much as 40 per cent of its maximum torque. By adding grease through the “EZ Grease” anvil, the user can be back to full torque in as little as two minutes and without mess. The demonstration video shows just how quick and easy it is.
There are three 1/2” Drive impact wrenches in the range with the new EZ Grease Anvil and with 3/4” Drive models being released in early 2019, you can now maintain maximum torque for longer with M7