Some articles on impact sockets, impact, sockets, socket:
... fasteners in demanding situations often require the use of an impact wrench or impact driver to deliver the amount of torque required to tighten or loosen them ... Regular chrome plated "hand sockets" like those commonly included with ratchet wrench tool sets are not suitable for this kind of high load impact application ... Hand sockets are made of a somewhat strong, but relatively soft steel which is economical and suitable for low torque applications ...
... box spanner / tube spanner A tube with six-sided sockets on both ends ... common Saltus wrench ? Similar in concept to a socket wrench ... A Saltus wrench features a socket permanently affixed to a handle ...
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