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Williams B-115-TH 3/8 Drive Extension, 10.5"

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Williams B-115-TH 3/8 Drive Extension, 10.5"

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Product description

Chrome plating provides increased protection from rust and corrosion. Flexible extension is designed for low torque applications in limited access areas. Ball and spring socket retention. - Williams TatH sockets, extensions, and adaptors feature a locking hole on all four sides, not just one. Williams TatH ratchets and drive tools feature a locking pin which mates with the side lock hole for positive retention. This reduces the risk of misaligning the socket that typical competitor's sockets with just one side hole create.


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Williams Tools@Height Tools Allow You To....

    "li"Save Time and Money: Engineered attachment points don't interfere with the functionality of the tools.
  1. Beat the Statistics: Approximately 70% drops happen during the exchange of the lanyard from one tool to another. The Tools@Height System tethers each tool with its own lanyard minimizing exchanges and reducing the likelihood of drops.
  2. Minimize Risk: Independent tethering allows a tool to be removed and returned to its holster with one hand so the user can maintain the critical "three points of contact" when working at height.
  3. Retain Control: Our modular approach allows you to configure tools and holsters to your needs.
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The Williams Tools@Height System

Williams has a full line of tools designed to provide safe and reliable drop prevention.

  1. Rotating Screwdriver Tabs: Stainless steel, corrosion-resistant tabs are located for secure retention allowing full use of the screwdriver handle. Tabs rotate 360°, ensuring the lanyard does not wrap around the users hand.
  2. Sliding Wrench Safety Coils: Safety coils come in many sizes and slide all the way along the wrench handle to provide full use of the wrench. Coils are designed with high performance polished steel for flexibility and shock-absorbing qualities.
  3. Pinned Tang on Pipe Wrenches: Pin secures on the tang so that it cannot become separated from the handle.
  4. Spring Loaded Lock Buttons for Square Drive Tools and Accessories: Lock button engages with side lock holes in sockets, extensions, and adaptors ensuring positive retention. Sockets, extensions, and adaptors feature a locking hole on all for sides, not just one, as found on competitor's sockets.
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Williams B-115-TH 3/8 Drive Extension, 10.5"

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