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Zero°Drive Gearless Socket Wrench
When Performance Matters
The highest performing gearless socket wrench with patented magnetic drive technology that results in immediate engagement, minimal back-drag, and an unforgettable feel.
Zero°Drive delivers superior durability, strength, and performance by using innovative design, highest quality materials, and the latest manufacturing technologies.
Zero°Drive for Professionals
The ZeroDrive professional socket wrench is designed for the daily use of professional.
High strength tool steel for strength and durability
All metal construction for exceptionally long life
MagDrive magnetic drive selection for smoother feel
Titanium Tuff Titanium Nitride plating of bore and handle for exceptionally long life
Lifetime warranty through ZeroDegree Tools
How Zero°Drive Works
The Zero°Drive wrench is designed to use a hexagonal inner cam/driver that is integral with the square socket drive.
The cam/driver is surrounded by six cylindrical rollers that are, in turn, enclosed by a hardened cylindrical race that is machined into the forged high quality tool steel handle.
Patented titanium nitride impregnation and plating of the bore and handle provides and exception wear surface greatly extending the life of the tool.
Patented magnetic technology use magnets hold the selector in position and two snap rings retain all of the components in the pocket in the head of the handle.
The roller clutch design uses cam rollers in place of teeth to provide a ZeroDegree® swing arc, a ZeroDegree® back-drive, significantly longer tool lifetimes, and greater than ASME strength.
Cycle and Torque Test Results
Minimum Proof Torque and Failure Torque Test Results
•Cycle and Proof Torque testing per ASME B107.110-2012 on 1/4”, 3/8” & 1/2” drive ZeroDrive socket wrenches.
•One ratchet of each size was cycle tested per paragraph 10-3.10 which includes proof torque testing after completion of cycle testing.
•Cycle testing was conducted by applying a repeating load at the midpoint of the grip section for each ratchet at a frequency of 1 Hz.
•After cycle testing the ratchets were subjected to Minimum Proof Torque testing and then loaded to failure.