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Milwaukee Tool Releases New Cordless Impact Wrench

Milwaukee says the tool combines its Powerstate brushless motor, Redlink Plus intelligence and Redlithium battery pack.

Milwaukee Tool has released a cordless 1-in. D-handle extended anvil high- torque impact wrench.

Delivering up to 2,000 ft-lbs. of nut-busting torque and 1,900 ft-lbs. of fastening torque, the company says M18 Fuel 1-in. D-Handle Extended Anvil High Torque Impact Wrench with One-Key delivers the run-time to accomplish a full day of work whether on the road or in the shop. Through One-Key, Milwaukee says users can take advantage of Lug Nut Mode – a unique feature which, when enabled, prevents the risk of over-torqueing commercial lug nuts.

Milwaukee says the tool combines its Powerstate brushless motor, Redlink Plus intelligence and Redlithium battery pack.

The Powerstate brushless motor packs more torque for removing rusted and over-torqued commercial lug nuts, while Redlink Plus Intelligence ensures maximum performance and protects the tool against overloads, overheating and over-discharge, the company says. When equipped with an M18 Redlithium High Output HD12.0 battery pack, the impact wrench has the run-time to remove and install up to 120 commercial lug nuts, Milwaukee adds.

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