As the installation spaces for screwdriving work become increasingly tight, tools are needed with which users can also work successfully in such situations. Narrow installation spaces require additional attachment points for the tool. So can open-end wrenches be modified in such a way that the tool's attachment possibilities are increased? The combination of the 7.5° swiveled jaw and the double hexagon geometry results in a doubling of the attachment points. With a repeated 180° rotation of the wrench around the longitudinal axis during tightening, there are four attachment possibilities and nuts or screw heads can be "gripped" every 15°.
Double hex geometry
Angled ring side
The ring side is angled 15° to the tool axis to prevent injuries.
Swing angle less than 30 degrees
Due to the 7.5° swiveled jaw side, double hexagon geometry and an adapted application method (attach - screw - turn - attach again - screw - turn, etc.), situations that allow less than 30° swiveling angle can also be solved.
Narrow installation spaces
The combination wrench Joker 6003 with its special jaw geometry - a jaw side swiveled by 7.5° and the double hexagon geometry - doubles the application possibilities with repeated 180° rotation of the wrench around the longitudinal axis. Nuts or bolt heads can be "gripped" every 15°. After each turn, the Joker 6003 finds the respective attachment point by itself, so to speak.