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ACDelco has new impact wrench line

Posted on June 6, 2014
The new Li-ion 18V impact wrench line will be available in mid-July.

The new Li-ion 18V impact wrench line will be available in mid-July.

ACDelco has added a Li-ion 18V impact wrench (ARI2064B) to its growing lineup of ACDelco-licensed power tools. The new tool line will be available in mid-July.

The company says it continues to produce smaller tool platforms (to accommodate smaller inside cabin and engine compartments) with enough power to service the largest vehicles on the road.

The new Impact Wrench has ACDelco's new ETC (Electronic Torque Control) patented technology, coupled with a smaller 18V chassis. The company says the product is one half the size, one half the weight and has two-thirds the power of its most powerful impact ARI2060 at 300 ft.-lbs tightening.  

The ACDelco-licensed Li-ion 18V impact wrench is compact and powerful for underbody or wheel applications and features:

*4-pole motor with Super Torque: 625 ft.-lbs breakaway; 480 ft.-lbs reverse; 300 ft.-lbs tightening;

* light weight at 3.63 lbs;

* most advanced technology of all 18V/20V impacts; and

*30-minute charger, 2 x Li-ion.

The ACDelco-licensed Li-ion 18V impact wrench comes with two battery packs, a quick charger with Air-Forced Cooling System design and a carrying case.

For more information on the ACDelco-licensed lineup of nearly 100 power tools and accessories, vist www.acdelco-tools.com.

Related Topics: ACDelco Tools, Impact Wrenches

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