Cleco Pneumatic WP Series Trigger Start Pistol Grip Impact Wrenches are available with a lever or trigger start. Cleco Pneumatic WP Series Trigger Start Pistol Grip Impact Wrenches feature a reverse or forward bias. Cleco Pneumatic WP Series Trigger Start Pistol Grip Impact Wrenches have 6” extended and spline drives available. The steel front end, motor housing, and handle on the Cleco Pneumatic WP Series Trigger Start Pistol Grip Impact Wrenches are clamped together by four high strength bolt. This feature provides better tool performance, and eliminates stripped threads and loose inserts in motor housing.Cleco Impact Wrenches are built to deliver outstanding performance in any job. With several product lines and a range of different potential configurations, its easy to find the right tool for the task. All our products feature an industry-leading combination of performance, ergonomics and durability everything you need to boost production and keep your team working more efficiently all day long.With the positive lock socket retainer, sockets snap on… and stay on until released. Offered on spline drives, the retainer can be serviced without disassembling the tool. Steel front end/motor housing/handle are clamped together by four high-strength steel bolts. This exclusive feature provides better tool performance, eliminates stripped threads and loose inserts in motor housing.Cleco impact wrenches feature a unique oil-foam bath that provides positive lubrication for the hammer, anvil and other working parts. The system is designed so that if the impact mechanism runs low on 30 wt. oil, the tool will stop running, thus eliminating one of the major causes of impact wrench failure … lack of lubrication. By simply refilling the oil reservoir, the tool can be returned to service. Other impact wrenches soon throw off grease run dry causing extra wear that shortens tool life and increases maintenance cost. The smooth-hitting Cleco telescopic impact mechanism has only three major parts – hammer, anvil and rotor… providing more power directly to the fastener. The hammer is splined to the inside of the motor, which then impacts directly on the anvil, delivering more power per blow.