|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 6.9 x 2.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||PT382|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Limited|
PORTER-CABLE PT382 3/8-Inch Pneumatic Impact Wrench
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From the Manufacturer
- 125 ft./lbs.of torque at 90 PSI
- Double pin clutch mechanism
- Variable-speed trigger for precise control
- One touch forward/reverse switch
- Applications: general assembly, use on nuts and bolts
- Blows per Minute: 1,800
- Speed RPM: 10,000
- Strokes per Minute: -
- Advertised Torque: 125 ft. lbs.
- Weight (Lbs.): 4.17
- Shipping (Lbs.): 4.50
Backed by a two-year limited warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
It's hard to find impact wrenches like this one that can actually be used to tighten without the risk of applying too much torque. Most other wrenches that have torque limiting features don't specify what the maximum torque is at each setting. Without this information, you really have no idea how much torque your applying and the adjustment feature loses its value.
After owning and using this impact wrench for a while, I have come to like it more and more. It has been completely trouble free, and seems to have all the power they claim it to have.
It still has a tight, precise 'feel' and what I thought might be a little glitch turns out to be a great feature. When I first got the tool, I noticed what I thought was a tiny 'catch' in the trigger. Nothing to worry about, I thought, just a little rough spot that would smooth out with use. Well, it did smooth out, and I have to say that I am convinced that it is not a 'catch' in the action, as much as a two-stage trigger. By that, I mean with light pressure, it goes in a little bit, and with a little more pressure, it will go in all the way. Now, here's the beauty of it all as best I can explain it. Press the trigger partway, to the point where it starts getting harder to press, and the tool will rotate 'slowly' - at just the right speed to align the socket with the bolt. I use 6 point impact sockets, so the hex of the socket usually don't align with the bolt head. Well, hold the socket against the bolt, press the trigger gently, and the socket rotates slowly into alignment with the bolt head.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Porter Cable is still putting out some good equipment. Use it most every day and am still happy. Good trigger location and forward and reverse are easy to manipulate.Published on January 8, 2013 by Mitchell in Oregon
While this is probably far better made than a lot of the options that can twist a lug nut - don't buy this if that is what you are wanting it for. Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by Jason Garrett
This impact wrench weighs more than the Snap-On wrench it replaced but at a fraction of the price of the Snap-On I'm not complaining. I'm hoping the weight equates to durability. Read morePublished on October 18, 2011 by D. W. Ami