Strap wrenches: Lowell Corp.

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Lowell Corp. has added six new models to its lines of cast iron Simplex and Warnock strap wrenches, tools that make it possible to turn any shape without scratching, denting, or crushing in water and utility applications. Additions to the Simplex standard duty line are the S-1224, the S-1230, and the S-1848. The Warnock additions are the W-1224, the W-1230, and the W-1848. Specs are the same for both lines: handle lengths range from 12" to 18"; strap lengths range from 24" to 48"; and capacities range from 4" to 10". Custom strap lengths are available for both models.
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