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Pneumatic Torque Wrenches vs. Impact Guns: How Are They Different?

In this blog post we’re going to look at the benefits of using a pneumatic torque wrench vs. impact guns.

It’s a topic we began thinking about recently after meeting with a contractor who needed a tool for bolting steel connections on a large bridge project.

This contractor initially rejected our recommendation that they use RAD’s torque-controlled pneumatic torque wrenches, opting instead for an impact gun due to their higher RPM speed.

So, we decided to do a test.

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What is a Torque Wrench?

The bridge you passed over or under on the way to work. The pipeline that brought the gas to your car. The power plant that’s creating the electricity you need to read this article.

All of these things have one thing in common: they rely on torque wrenches. But what is a torque wrench? Let’s take a look.

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Maxpro Field Services Group Expands Climax and H&S Tool

At Maxpro, we’re proud of the level of work we’ve put into our on-site specialty support services. And those services have just gotten stronger, thanks to our new partnership with CLIMAX Portable Machining and Welding Systems.

Back in 2015, CLIMAX, based in Portland, Oregon, acquired another company, H&S Tool. Headquartered in Ohio, H&S is a leading maker of mount/clamshell pipe-cutting and beveling tools. Their merger allowed CLIMAX to become a market leader in field machining equipment.

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Best Quality Control Practices: Highway and Bridge Design

Kelly Kahle remembers driving to a soccer game on that day in Minnesota in August 2007. She remembers the sound of the I-35 bridge rumbling, and the fear and disorientation that came when her section of the bridge began to plummet into the Mississippi River.

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