Model#: MTSNNC-4232Q

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m7 Mighty Seven NC-4232Q 1/2 in. Composite Twin Hammer Mini Air Impact Wrench

  • m7 Mighty Seven NC-4232Q 1/2 in. Composite Twin Hammer Mini Air Impact Wrench
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Delivering unprecedented power and performance, Mighty Seven's NC-4232Q 1/2 in. Twin Hammer Composite Mini Air Impact Wrench completes the toughest jobs efficiently with industrial quality. Operating with up to 500 ft-lbs. of maximum torque and up to 10,000 no-load RPM, the NC-4232Q is the go-to choice for professional mechanics.
  • Sophisticated and powerful with M7's most advanced composite mini air impact wrench that can use in narrow space
  • Unbelievably light and compact at only 3 lbs. (135kg)
  • Quiet series for minimal noise and sound pressure at only 85 dB(A)
  • M7's unique "lazy design" for one-handed forward/reverse operation
  • Twin-hammer impact mechanism provides more torque power and stability
  • Balanced impact reduces vibration
  • Ergonomic switch design providing the most comfort and control
  • M7's unique shark fin shaped body design that creates an esthetics of speed and explosiveness
  • 1/2 in. Composite Twin Hammer Mini Air Impact Wrench - NC-4232Q


Length: 4.81 in.
Weight: 3 lbs.
Average Air Consumption (SCFM): 4.8
Bolt Capacity: 5/8 in.
Drive Size: 1/2 in.
Drive Type: Square
Handle Type: Pistol Grip
Max. Torque: 500 ft-lbs.
Operating Pressure (PSI): 90
Sound Pressure: 83 EN ISO
Torque: 100 - 400 ft-lbs.
Vibration (m/s2): 3.7 m/s



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I've been a tech for an auto repair shop for about 10 years now... and I recently heard of m7. I finally thought I'd try the mini impacts out and see what I've been missing. I always went to my IR 231 or TiMax... but I always thought those were bulky, also they wouldn't help me when I was under a fender or in between the bottom of a car. I'm glad I tried this one out. It's so much smaller than those, and more than powerful enough. I love the balance of how this impact feels in my hand. I've had 2 other techs I work with buy one too! There isn't just 1 thing I like most about it... it's super light, it's super quiet... and it's powerful. When I first hooked it up to air I thought that it couldn't be as powerful as it was because it was so quiet... boy was I wrong! Once you get it in your hands, you won't go back to anything else! The price is right too.
May 21, 2015

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