RAD Torque Guns

RAD Torque Guns

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Introducing RAD® Torque Systems – the pinnacle of safety and precision in torque tools. These pistol grip-style torque guns offer a wide torque range from 50 to 11,000 ft. lbs., setting the standard for precision and reliability when it comes to pistol grip-style torque tools. RAD® tools boast the highest power-to-weight ratio among pneumatic tools, ideal for diverse bolting applications, and provide equal power in both forward and reverse. Each series includes a cage and hose assembly, offering a complete bolting solution. Known for their user-friendliness and durability, RAD Torque Guns guarantee consistent, precise results.

Elevate your bolting operations with time and cost-saving solutions of RAD torque wrenches – order yours today from ALLTORC, your trusted Master Distributor for RAD Torque Systems. Contact our expert team at ALLTORC with any questions.

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B-RAD BL S

The newest addition to the B-RAD series is the B-RAD

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B-RAD Select

The New B-RAD Select Brushless series of battery torque wrenches

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B-RAD Select BL Offset

NEW! Offset Gearboxes For Tight Spaces The newly designed B-RAD

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B-RAD X

The brand-new B-RAD X from RAD Torque System takes torque

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E-RAD BLU SERIES

E-RAD BLU series precision torque wrench tools are designed to

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E-RAD BLU-S

The E-RAD BLU-S is the newest addition to the E-RAD

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V-RAD SELECT

The new V-RAD Select electric series torque wrenches come with

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What is a RAD gun?

A “RAD gun” is an industry term that was gained popularity over the years to typically describe a torque tool that is a precision planetary geared torque tool that is either pneumatic, electric or battery driven.

Who owns RAD Torque Systems?

RAD Torque Systems is owned by it’s parent company New World Technologies out of Abbotsford, British Columbia.

What does a torque gun do?

A torque gun is tool that can apply continuous and precise torque that on the larger ends typically use a reaction arm to brace to prevent any wear on the user.

How accurate is a torque tool?

It is important to know what type of torque gun you are using as this name can ecncompass many different tools. If you are using a “torque gun” that is a gearbox precision torque wrench, then there are stated accuracies from 2.5% – 5 %. If you are using a clutch style shut-off tool, those are a closer range to 10%-20% range of accuracy. The often used “impact wrenches” provide no stated accuracy.