4 wrenches to keep with you in the Tool Kit
Wrench is a tool which is used in tightening and loosening of nuts and bolds. Wrench is defined as to twist or jerk suddenly with force. They are used by hands. Wrenches are made in various shapes and sizes and are used for gripping, fastening, turning,things like pipes, pipe fittings, nuts and bolts.
One should use wrenches carefully because some are really sharp, which can harm hands, if not used cautiously.
The wrench slips off of the work. The piece may suddenly break free causing you to lose balance. The wrench or work piece may break. Turning the handle quickly or with pressure may create stress and strains on the hand or arm.
Wrenches which you should be keep with you :
Key Wrench: Keys are usually very specialized and most often appear as an old fashioned key without teeth or as a T-shaped socket. Allen wrenches, bottles, openers, and window cranks are all types of key wrench.
Nut drivers: Another type of socket wrenches, are sockets that can be snapped on or permanently fixed to a screwdriver-type handle.
Box-Ended: These wrenches have a closed loop at both ends, sometimes slightly higher or lower than the handle to let it grip recessed nuts without rounding the edges. The closed ends are designed to fit either hexagonal or square bolts, and are different in size.
Lug Wrench: They are used to tighten or loosen lug nuts on cars, earning them the nickname of "wheel brace ". The longer the lug wrench, the more torque can be generated when applying force to either tighten or untighten. Works similar to a breaker bar with a socket at the end.