Members of the military Explosive Ordinance Disposal teams wanted a small, light, non-magnetic wrench for working on magnetically sensitive devices, and this is what we provide them:
This is a project we have been working on for two years. Most wrenches are forged from tool steel, but It was determined that this wrench must be Titanium. Why Titanium? It’s extremely corrosion resistant. Featuring No/Low magnetic signature. Extraordinarily strong, titanium possesses a greater strength-to-weight ratio than stainless, steel or aluminum. Titanium weighs about 60% less than steel in density, producing tools at nearly half the weight of steel.
This means that the wrench needed to be machined out of a solid billet of Titanium. Making a adjustable wrench in the machine shop i s a lot more complicated than it sounds.
The Ti Wrench is fully heat treatable and scroll down to see one Tony Fabrioli made for himself. The possibilities are endless...
this wrench is very well-made. The tolerances are very tight, the fit and finish is perfect. it’s light, it’s small, it fits perfectly in my pocket and it’s incredibly useful!
This titanium adjustable wrench is a great addition to any EDC. The only problem which I experienced was that the adjuster did not turn. I loosened the securing screw and retightened it and it has worked great ever since.
Small, but very precision made. Opens to about ½", so a little limitation on size, but still useful. Great product worth the money.
Very lightweight and compact. Trying to figure out what kit to put it in. Very well made. Bit pricey, though. Low drag, high speed. Impressed! When counting grams, This makes my small backpack list. Wondering if it opens far enough to work on auto battery lugs. Cinching down antennas is the other thing that came to mind. It is beautifully balanced and engineered! A work of art!