Spanners have been the traditional range for specialist tool supplier Kincrome for more than 20 years. However, a new range of spanners is ready to set the market alight.
Resourcing its entire program under an exclusivity agreement for Australia and New Zealand to a supplier with European style quality and design, Kincrome has relaunched its spanners with a host of features that will appeal to even the discerning of tradesmen.
The new range, which has undergone exhaustive independent testing, is now 80% stronger than the ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers Standard) and 130% stronger than the German DIN standard. With stronger, lighter and greatly enhanced quality features, the Kincrome spanner range will leave many name brand competitors in its wake.
Improved features include a thinner head allowing the spanner to reach tighter areas, a rounder shaft for a more comfortable grip when applying greater torque, a lighter weight and shorter length decreasing radial movement by up to 20%.
Manufactured from forged Chrome Vanadium Steel (Cr-V) hardened, tempered and chrome plated with a slight satin finish for corrosion protection the tools incorporate increased Molybdenum, Manganese and Nickel content, providing greater strength and corrosion resistance.
The new range is presented in innovative cylindrical packaging that sets it apart at the point of sale and maximises retailer’s shelf space.
The premium range of Kincrome spanners is available in many new sizes, both individually and in sets, from leading automotive, industrial, hardware and retail outlets throughout Australasia. Meeting market demands, new wallet sets include not only AF and Metric but combinations of each and there is also a new range of Jumbo and extra long sizes.