Milwaukee M12FHIR38-0 M12 FUEL™ 12V 3/8" High Speed Ratchet (Body Only)

Product Code: M12FHIR38-0

£119.94 £99.95 £126.31 Save £6.37

The Milwaukee M12FHIR38-0 is the best in class for ratchets. The brushless motor allows for superior durability and an improved longevity of the tool. The compact head gives better access to tighter spaces and it features one of the fastest speeds with 0-450rpm while installing and removing fasteners.

Features and Benefits:

• MILWAUKEE®'s POWERSTATE™ brushless motor, REDLITHIUM™ battery pack and REDLINK PLUS™ electronic intelligence delivering outstanding power, run time and durability
• With up to 47 Nm of max torque and 450 rpm's, this tool delivers faster application speed and increased productivity for the professional user
• The industry leading FUEL™ technology combined with a reinforced mechanism for greater durability
• Fastening and removing of 210 M8 bolts with one battery charge M12B2 for all day work
• Rubber overmold withstands most corrosive materials and provides increased comfort
• 19 mm low profile head design allows users better access in tight spaces
• Variable speed metal trigger provides ultimate control of the tool

Technical Specifications:

- Voltage: 12 V
- Tool Reception: 3/8"
- Max. Torque: 47 Nm
- No Load Speed: 0 - 450 RPM

Part Number M12FHIR38-0
Display Weight (Kg) 0.8 Kg
Warranty 3 Year Warranty
Manufacturer Part Number 4933478172
Brand Milwaukee
Voltage 12V
Drive Size 3/8 Inch
Max Torque 47 Nm
Gender Unisex

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