Where are GP tools made?
GP sockets and tools are made in Taiwan using the highest quality chrome-molybdenum alloy steel and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and equipment.
Does Grey Pneumatic have a lifetime warranty?
Grey Pneumatic tools carry a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Where are Grey Pneumatic tools made?
All of their sockets and tools are made in Taiwan with the highest quality chrome-molybdenum alloy steel, using cutting edge manufacturing processes and equipment. Don’t settle for low quality imported sockets and tools-contact The Tool House today for more information about Grey Pneumatic products!
Why are impact sockets so expensive?
Now, why does the price range of the impact sockets vary so much? Good question. It all depends on how many sockets you’re buying in your set, and whether or not they are deep sockets or shallow sockets. Deep sockets require more material, so they are more expensive.
Where is Capri tools made?
I now have other tools from Capri, including this Master set of impact sockets.. Note these are made in Taiwan, a western-style democracy and ally of the USA.
What is Duo socket?
The thin wall design of chrome hand sockets are combined with the strength and durability of Grey Pneumatic impact sockets to create the Duo-Socket. This 59 piece set is built specifically to address the needs of the professional technician using hand tools, cordless impact tools and air tools.
Where are sunex tools made?
These Sunex impact sockets are made in Taiwan of Cr-Mo, which is considerably stronger than Cr-V. I’ve been using these sockets with my Milwaukee FUEL impact and they can take the torque with no with problems.
How does sunex warranty work?
Sunex® Air Tools carry a One Year Warranty that applies to all air tools, except non-HD Air Tools. Sunex® Tools will replace the original air tool if defective and under warranty. Return shipping is not required. A replacement will be sent after approval of receipt and product failure.
Are GP sockets any good?
These sockets are great sockets – I love how thin and strong they are. However, I didn’t realize if you buy GP on Amazon you lose the lifetime warranty. If I were to do it again I would buy sunex sockets just for the warranty.
Are Grey Pneumatic sockets stamped?
Sockets are marked by both roll stamp and large laser etching, providing a lifetime of readability.
What are snap on impact sockets made of?
The impact socket made out of medium carbon alloy steel is heat treated to a low hardness range, which has been optimized for impact use. This means that under heavy, continuous use, an impact socket will withstand the impact blows and will wear rather than break.
Why are impact sockets black?
Impact sockets are typically black. This is because the surface is carbonized in order for it to harden. Ensuring that the surface is hard allows the sockets to absorb sudden torque changes i.e. “impact” a lot better.
Who is GP sockets?
GP is a Manufacturer of Impact and Specialty Sockets Don’t settle for low quality imported sockets and tools. Grey Pneumatic (GP), through our distributors, supplies the world’s automotive, industrial, assembly, mining, maintenance, construction, and energy industries with heavy duty, high quality, impact and specialty sockets.
What size sockets do you offer for drive sockets?
Check out our 1″, 1-1/2″ or 2-1/2″ drive socket lines which are available for immediate delivery. Don’t settle for low quality imported sockets and tools.
Why choose grey pneumatic sockets?
Don’t settle for low quality imported sockets and tools. Grey Pneumatic (GP), through our distributors, supplies the world’s automotive, industrial, assembly, mining, maintenance, construction, and energy industries with heavy duty, high quality, impact and specialty sockets.
What size impact sockets do you offer?
We carry a complete line of impact socket sets as well as individual sockets from 1/4″ – 2-1/2″ and #5 spline drive with hex sizes up to 8″. We also offer a large selection of star impact drivers, impact hex drivers, triple square drivers, and torque limiting sockets.