Non Sparking Hex Allen Key

Non Sparking Hex Allen Key

Die forged

  • While tightening or loosening b bolt, carefully insert the tip of your Allen wrench into the hexagonal cross section of the bolt and proceed to firmly turn the wrench.
  •  Ball End Allen Keys have ball heads at the ends to provide more swivel room for each wrench.
  • Turn fasteners at awkward angles that regular hex keys can’t reach with this sturdy hex key.
  • Select an Allen key who’s opening exactly fits the nut.

GET THE QUOTE


 

P/N S mm L mm H mm
SPF-1.5 1.5 59 25
SPF-2 2 59 25
SPF-2.5 2.5 59 25
SPF-3 3 59 25
SPF-4 4 65 30
SPF-5 5 79 32
SPF-6 6 85 37
SPF-7 7 88 43
SPF-8 8 92 44
SPF-9 9 97 44
SPF-10 10 110 45
SPF-11 11 119 48
SPF-12 12 130 52
SPF-13 13 140 54
SPF-14 14 150 58
SPF-15 15 156 60
SPF-16 16 162 63
SPF-17 17 168 65
SPF-18 18 173 69
SPF-19 19 177 72
SPF-21 21 184 74

 

P/N S inch L mm H mm
SPG-1002 1/16″ 59 25
SPG-1004 5/64″ 59 25
SPG-1006 3/32″ 59 25
SPG-1008 7/64″ 59 25
SPG-1010 1/8″ 65 30
SPG-1012 9/64″ 79 32
SPG-1014 5/32″ 85 37
SPG-1016 3/16″ 88 43
SPG-1018 7/32″ 92 44
SPG-1020 1/4″ 97 44
SPG-1022 9/32″ 110 45
SPG-1024 5/16″ 119 48
SPG-1026 11/32″ 130 52
SPG-1028 3/8″ 140 54
SPG-1030 7/16″ 150 58
SPG-1032 1/2″ 156 60
SPG-1034 9/16″ 162 63
SPG-1036 5/8″ 168 65

PROPER USE

  • While tightening or loosening b bolt, carefully insert the tip of your Allen wrench into the hexagonal cross-section of the bolt and proceed to firmly turn the wrench.
  • Ball End Allen Keys have ball heads at the ends to provide more swivel room for each wrench.
  • Turn fasteners at awkward angles that regular hex keys can’t reach with this sturdy hex key.
  • Select an Allen key whose opening exactly fits the nut.

ABUSE/MISUSE

  • Never use a hammer or extension on this wrench.
  • Do not use worn-out Allen keys, it will slip and may cause injury.
  • Do not use An Alley Key to free a “Stubborn/Frozen” Allen Bolts.

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