Sledge Type Single The Ended Bi-hexagon Ring Spanner is a must-have hand tool in a spanner wrench set.
Here are the specific features of Jhalani tools:
- Made of high-grade steel alloy available in a burnished finish
- Hexagonal loop makes steady contact with the nut from all sides
- Used to open tight and hard nuts
- Employed in automotive and heavy industries
- Looped end provides a firm grip and anti-slip features
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A single-slotted open-jaw wrench is a specific type of spanner commonly used to tighten or loosen nuts and bolts. It is designed with a single-ended jaw that has an open shape, allowing it to fit the hex or square heads of nuts and bolts.
The term "sled type" refers to the construction of the wrench. It means the wrench has a strong and sturdy, hammer-like design for added strength and durability. This type of wrench is typically used for heavy-duty applications where higher torque is required.
The open jaw design means that the wrench has a U-shaped opening at the end, allowing it to be inserted into the head of the nut or bolt. Unlike a closed spanner, an open spanner can easily be inserted into the fastener from the side without the need to hook it from above. This feature makes it more convenient for use in tight spaces or when working with long bolts.
The single-ended feature means that the wrench has only one usable end, and the other end is non-functional or designed for a different size of nut or bolt. Single wrenches often come in different sizes, and you'll need to select one that matches the size of the fastener you're working with. In general, a single slide open-end wrench is a heavy-duty wrench with a U-shaped open jaw on one end, used to tighten or loosen nuts and bolts in applications that require higher torque.