What Milwaukee Has To Say About It
“When we introduced a M12 Cordless Ratchets in 2011 we focused on replacing one of a many common palm collection in a universe with a cordless resolution that increasing capability for a users. However, a infancy of professionals still used pneumatic ratchets due to a energy outlay over a stream cordless solutions. The M12 Fuel Ratchets make this a thing of a past. These new ratchets yield a industry’s initial cordless deputy for a infancy of pneumatic solutions. With adult to 60ft-lbs of torque, a many compress conduct design, and a industry’s initial brushless engine in a ratchet, these collection assistance lead a change in a marketplace from pneumatic to cordless.”
-Eric Rusch, Senior Product Manager for Milwaukee Tool
No More Pneumatic
With a recover of a new M12 Fuel Ratchets, Milwaukee’s wish is that a veteran businessman will start to pierce divided from a pneumatic height and into a battery powered realm. Of course, a energy and torque of cordless collection comes into doubt here. But, Milwaukee claims that these ratchets will be a initial cordless solutions to offer adequate energy and distance to reinstate pneumatic ratchets.
Milwaukee says that these will be a top torque cordless ratchets on a market, delivering adult to 60 ft-lbs of torque. They also aim to broach a many compress conduct pattern on a market. By providing these new ratchets with Powerstate brushless motors, Milwaukee promises they will final dual times longer than their brushed competition.
The new line of Milwaukee M12 Fuel Ratchet also facilities an investment expel border housing and reward anvil. A balanced, ergonomic, and rubber over-molded hoop strengthen a apparatus from erosive materials and offers a some-more gentle user experience.
The new line of Milwaukee M12 Fuel Ratchet looks like it should be a large strike opposite several trades aside from only mechanics. With a compress head design and a preference and portability that comes with cordless tools, this ratchet will positively find a home in utterly a few electrical, MRO, and plumbing toolbags. There are some-more absolute atmosphere ratchets available, generally a heavy-duty industrial variety, though 60 ft-lbs of torque is adequate to cover a infancy of ratcheting applications before reaching for an impact wrench.
Milwaukee M12 Fuel Ratchet Features
- First ratchets with brushless motors
- Highest torque ratchets on a market
- Power and distance to reinstate pneumatic
- Motor life adult to 2X a competition
- Come in 1/4″, 3/8″, and 1/2″
- Available: October 2017
Milwaukee M12 Fuel Ratchet Specifications
M12 Fuel 1/4” Ratchet (2556-22) – $239
- 40 ft-lbs of Torque
- 250 RPM
- 1/4″ Ball Detent Anvil
- Length: 11.18”
- Weight: 2.34lbs
- Includes M12 Fuel 1/4″ Ratchet, (2) M12 RedLithium 2.0 Compact Battery Packs, Charger, and Carrying Case.
- Also accessible as unclothed apparatus (2556-20) – $159
M12 Fuel 3/8” Ratchet (2557-22) – $229
- 55 ft-lbs of Torque
- 200 RPM
- 3/8″ Ball Detent Anvil
- Length: 11.84”
- Weight: 2.84lbs
- Includes M12 Fuel 3/8″ Ratchet, (2) M12 RedLithium 2.0 Compact Battery Packs, Charger, and Carrying Case.
- Also accessible as unclothed apparatus (2557-20) – $149
M12 Fuel 1/2” Ratchet (2558-22) – $249
- 60ft-lbs of Torque
- 175 RPM
- 1/2” Ball Detent Anvil
- Length: 12.50”
- Weight: 3.15lbs
- Includes M12 Fuel 1/2” Ratchet, (2) M12 RedLithium 2.0 Compact Battery Packs, Charger, and Carrying Case.
- Also accessible as unclothed apparatus (2558-20) – $169