28 Volt Impact Wrench
The Milwaukee 0799-20 28 volt 7/16" hex quick change impact wrench delivers 325' pounds of maximum torque. Powering the 0799-20 is the revolutionary 28 volt lithium-ion battery pack exclusively from Milwaukee (sold separately). Combining high torque with 1,450 rpm and 2,450 bpm, the 0799-20 provides the power, speed and run-time to drive larger lags, drill bigger holes, and remove larger nuts. The heavy-duty magnesium mechanism housing provides extreme job-site durability. The 0799-20 comes equipped with comfortable non-slip, soft-grip surfaces that reduce vibration and fatigue. The forward/reverse shuttle is conveniently located above the variable speed switch for fast, easy access. Designed for heavy-duty use, whether driving large lag screws, anchors and bolts, drilling large holes, or removing lug nuts, the 0799-20 provides the power, comfort and run-time to finish the job.
- 28 DC Volts
- 133 CFM Air Flow
- Functions with Both Liquid and Solid Waste
- 120 AC Volts
- 10 Gallon Capacity
- 35-5/8" High x 19-1/2" Wide
- Includes 1-Stage Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner, 7' x 1-1/2" Inside Diameter Vinyl Hose, Hose Adapter, Foam Filter Sleeve, 3 Wheel Dolly, 3 Paper Filter Bags, and Cloth Filter Cartridge
- 1 Stage Bypass Motor
- 5 Year Warranty
Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.
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Our SKU: Milwaukee 0799-20
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Milwaukee 0799-20 Product Specifications
|Anvil Type||Detent Pin|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 Year|
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