J. W. Winco, Inc. Datasheets for Wrenches

Wrenches, also known as spanners, are hand-held tools designed to provide a mechanical advantage in applying torque for turning bolts, nuts, and other wrench-friendly objects.
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Product Name Notes
No. 775-NI 4308 or 1.4567
DIN 894 Additional larger sizes available upon request.
No. 771 Adjustable Hook Spanners with Nose End
No. 775 C
No. 775 D
Available in stainless steel upon request.
No. 916 Q For certain minimum quantites
GN 316 In order to reverse the operation of this wrench move the cam lever from its middle position either to the left or to the right to obtain the function required.
DIN 3116 /
DIN 3116 C
Off-Set Pin-Type Face Spanner Wrenches
DIN 1810 B Special made: Intermediate sizes or different pin diameters available for quantities above 100 pieces.
DIN 1810 A Specials: Different lengths or other material thicknesses are avaiable for quantities above 100 pieces.
No. 756-760
No. 764
The pin-type face spanners are not hardened but tempered, so that there can be no brittle fractures by over-stress (galvanized on request).
No. 776 The pin-type face spanners are not hardened but tempered, so that there can be no brittle fractures by over-stress