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TorcUP has introduced the Raptor series, a line of pneumatic wrenches with continuous and repeatable torque and an accuracy of +/- 5%. Light and fast, these wrenches accommodate torque needs from 120 ft./lbs. to 6,000 ft./lbs.

The Raptor series works with a variety of applications and ranges in size from the RP-500 to the RP-6000, and has a patented gear technology, which creates greater durability, lower operational temperatures and increased efficiency.

The Raptor line has been sealed to keep the grease in and the water out. The benefit to the operator is that fewer repairs are needed, resulting in less downtime, according to the company.

In related news, TorcUP's Web site - torcup.com - was recently redesigned.


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