Festar Tools】U.S. Tool Brands - Mini Wrench (SAE)
A lot of people go for affordability when picking these kinds of products, thinking that they can just buy another one if it breaks. However, we never know when danger is around us, don’t think lightly of the danger your tool breaking brings just because you don’t work in a dangerous environment, the broken tool might ricochet to hit your body, or even worse, your eyes, and not only bodily injuries, but the ricocheting might also wreak havoc on your surroundings. The tool itself might be cheap, but the parts around you may not, we believe no one would want to face a greater loss just because they went for a cheap tool, so we will teach you how to determine a wrench’s quality and also how to pick a suitable size for your needs, because at times it may not be the quality of the tool itself, but because of incorrect sizes causing the tool to break.
Different wrench sizes all serve their own purpose, don’t use too big of a wrench when you only need a smaller one, and vice versa. What does that mean? We all know that tools like ratchet come in different sizes such as 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4, different sizes have different torque limits, the bigger the size, the bigger the limit, you can check out our featured article about sleeves to learn more it. It’s the same for wrench sizes, for example, our Festar mini wrench comes in 10mm Metric, 3/8 inches English, you can find these sizes in a common sized wrench, but if you used a common sized wrench on some parts, it might break your parts such as the fasteners due to applying too much torque to it. Moreover, because of the common sized wrench’s thicker and bigger frame, it has limits to where it can reach. However, when you want to apply more torque to loosen or tighten up your fasteners, smaller wrenches might be insufficient, so we need to use different sizes accordingly.