Wright launches the innovative Wright Grip 2.0
Wright’s new patented adjustable wrench design has more steel-to-fastener contact in high-stress areas to stiffen jaws, increase tool strength, and reduce permanent jaw gap. The new design also prevents slipping to ensure user safety.
The Wright Grip 2.0’s newly designed jaws deliver more torque and less damage to fasteners by evenly distributing stress over a larger contact area and away from the corners of fasteners – the weak point of nuts and bolts. By incorporating a series of strategically placed teeth or grooves inside the two jaws of the wrench, these teeth allow the wrench to better seat on a fixture. A binding wedge locks into the groove so the binding won’t slip or twist out of the wrench under load.
Tom Futey, President and Co-Owner of Wright explained, “We’ve optimized the flat contact areas to eliminate the corner force of the fasteners, as well as the protrusions for each fastener size to add grip to your keys, which is 50mm. percent more protrusion engagement than other wrenches,” said “The patented Wright Grip® 2.0 provides the technology to offer users a superior non-slip combination wrench that’s perfect for any jobsite.
Wright Grip 2.0 is made from premium Wright alloy steel for added strength and precision broaching for consistent quality and tolerances. Precisely placed protrusions are custom designed for each wrench size to hold it in place on the fastener, increase torque and reduce slippage.
For more information on the Wright Grip 2.0, visit: https://www.wrighttool.com/innovation/wright-grip