Spanners & Wrenches
In parts of Europe, the adjustable wrench is known as a Bahco. In other markets, the adjustable wrench is known as a ‘Swedish Key’. Both terms are a tip of the hat to Swedish inventor Johan Petter Johansson of Enköpings Mekaniska Verkstad, who, in 1891 was awarded a patent for an improved design of the adjustable wrench that is still in use today.
Bahco have been producing adjustable wrenches for over 120 years; the range has grown extensively over the years, which qualifies Bahco as specialists in this product.
The Bahco adjustable wrenches are designed and manufactured for optimum performance and can improve accessibility in confined spaces with their patented jaw and handle design which provides users with a wider and more comfortable grip.
Bahco adjustable wrenches are not only ideal for use with ordinary nuts, but also pipes, rounded nuts, and bolts.
Models such as the 9031- T (8”) and 9029-T (6”) feature extra thin jaws which allows for greater accessibility to that ‘hard to work in’ confined space, as well as being small enough to fit into your pocket. In addition to the famous Bahco 9029 (6”) & 9031 (8”) adjustable wrenches which offer extra wide jaws, these features are also available in 10, & 12 inch sizes, (Model no’s. 9033 and 9035).