|Synonyms:||open-ring spanners, combination spanners;|
DE: Ring-Maulschlüssel, "Maul-Ringschlüssel"
|Location:||wood workshop, metal workshop|
|Similar (More or Less):||adjustable wrenches, socket wrenches,|
Combination wrenches are open on one side and have an angled ring with a double-hex profile on the other side that can improve the grip on hex head screws and nuts. This ring also allows interlocking two of them (or one with something else, see photo) for a longer lever.
Our current selection includes:
- 6 mm
- 7 mm
- 8 mm (2x)
- 9 mm (2x)
- 10 mm (2x)
- 11 mm
- 12 mm (2x)
- 13 mm (2x)
- 15 mm (2x)
- 17 mm
- 19 mm (2x, one at the metal lathe)
- 20 mm (at the wood lathe)
- 22 mm
- 24 mm (at the wood lathe)
- 32 mm (at the wood lathe)
- 50 mm
|Synonyms:||open-end spanners, free wrenches;|
|Similar (More or Less):||combination wrenches, adjustable wrenches,|
"Regular" wrenches. We actually don't have any of these in our workshops because combination wrenches are much easier to hang on the wall!
|Synonyms:||adjustable spanners, shifting spanners, shifters,|
DE: Rollgabelschlüssel, Engländer
|Similar (More or Less):||open-end wrenches, combination wrenches,|
This tool is a great space-saver when you're not sure which sizes to bring! Use a regular wrench for a nicer fit if you can, it also won't be as head-heavy as the adjustable version...
|Synonyms:||Stillson wrench; DE: Rohrzange,|
|Material:||soft metal (usually pipes)|
|Location:||wood workshop (for now)|
|Similar (More or Less):||pliers|
Pipe wrenches are often confused with tongue-and-groove pliers but are actually very differently constructed.