The hexagon spanner set in long version consists of hexagon spanners in the proven L-shape with ball head on one side in nine sizes. The tools made of high-quality chrome vanadium steel are suitable for quality-conscious craftsmen or in the home.
✓ Chrome vanadium steel
✓ Extra-long version
✓ One-sided with ball head
✓ High resistance to deformation
✓ Incl. practical storage
✓ Professional quality
The set contains the most common hexagonal spanners in the sizes 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm and 10mm.
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With the professional hexagon spanner set from Högert, we offer a high-quality set containing nine hexagon spanners in the most important sizes. These are hexagonal spanners in the proven L-shape in an extended version and ball head at the end of the long side. With metric sizes from 1.5mm to 10mm, the hex keys are suitable for all Allen screws and hexagon socket screws that are common in the household, handicraft and industrial sectors and should not be missing from any well-stocked toolbox. The tools are made of high-quality chrome vanadium steel alloy, which also meets the high demands of industry and handicraft due to its extremely high resistance to deformation and enormous wear resistance.
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So that the hex keys do not fly around loose in the tool box and you are constantly looking for the right size, they are sorted in a holder that can be folded up to a compact size. This is made of a robust, shock-resistant plastic and fixes the angle spanners securely in their intended place. In addition, each slot is labelled, as is each spanner, so that the necessary size can be quickly identified and removed.
Hexagon spanners, which are also called Allen spanners in common parlance, are available in countless versions. The hex keys included in the set are the most popular L-shaped version with a short and a long side, which are arranged at right angles to each other. In our case, it is even an extended version, where the long side is significantly higher than with standard hex keys. In addition, the long side has a ball head that allows an inclination of up to 30%, making it much easier to loosen and tighten screws in hard-to-reach places. The length ratio of the short to the longer side is approx. 1:5, which means that the long side of the spanner is five times as long as the short side and thus almost twice as long as a hexagonal spanner in standard length. The advantage of the long version is an optimal leverage effect, where a significantly higher tightening torque of the screws can be achieved with the same amount of force. Tightly fitted screws can also be loosened much more easily due to the longer lever.
Chrome vanadium steel is mainly used for professional tools for commercial use by industry and trade, where the tools have to withstand the highest loads and regular use. In the case of our hex keys, the high wear resistance helps to ensure that they do not fatigue even when subjected to harder loads. Especially with higher tightening torques of hexagon socket screws made of stainless steel, the alloy of chrome and vanadium is characterised by an enormous resistance to deformation, so that the leverage of the long hexagon keys can be used effectively without bending them.
The hexagonal drive enables high tightening torques without having to exert pressure on the screw head. The danger of turning the hexagon socket screw round is considerably reduced compared to cross-head screws. It is not without reason that the hexagon socket drive, also known colloquially as the Allen screw, is one of the most commonly used screw drives. Hexagon socket screws, as well as identical hexagon socket screws from other manufacturers, are available in countless versions. From headless grub screws, as used in our stainless steel wall brackets, to wood screws with pan head or countersunk head, to cheese head screws, which are very often used in bicycle mechanics for screwing on handlebars, stems or brakes, the range of applications extends through almost all branches of industry and trades. The materials used to manufacture the screws are also numerous. Lightweight screws made of aluminium are very common, but also unalloyed steels or high-quality A2 or A4 stainless steels, which are also suitable for outdoor installations thanks to their rustproof alloy.
Inbus® as a common synonym for hexagon socket spanner is a registered trademark of Inbus IP GmbH based in Breckerfeld, Germany.
|Delivery Time||Dispatch within 2-3 working days|
|Material||Alloyed chrome vanadium steel|
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