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Milwaukee M18 FORCE LOGIC Long Throw Press Tool 1/2″ -1″ Kit 2673-22L

September 23, 2013

Milwaukee’s Brain Child Small, Light and Smart

Milwaukee 2673-22L M18 FORCE LOGIC Long Throw Press Tool 1/2" -1" Kit

The Milwaukee M18 Force Logic Long Throw Press Tool 1/2″-1 Kit 2673-22L is Milwaukees latest brain child and it weighs in as the smallest and lightest long throw press tool in the market at only 9 1/2 pounds. In addition, the Force Logic Long Throw Press Tool, is by far the most intelligent of the extended length press tools currently on the market today.  Milwaukee touts this long throw press tool’s beautiful in-line design, offering not only the most ergonomic solution for navigating around installed pipes, but also delivering one of  the highest levels of press accuracy and reliability available with any press tool in the marketplace.

Monitoring Force Output and Quality

The Milwaukee M18 FORCE LOGIC Long Throw Press Tool 1/2″ -1″ Kit  2673-22L utilizes Milwaukee’s Redlink  Electronics, as it monitors the force output to ensure the absolute best quality in connections. The tool provides the user with superior  peace of mind, thanks to it’s ability to visually indicate both a secure connection, as well as it’s ability to indicate when the tool needs calibration. Speaking of calibration, the 2673-22L has the best calibration of any press tool in it’s class, making it the highest standard currently offered in the industry. In addition, the tool only require service every 40,000 crimps. This high crimping output, allows users up to four times more connections between services, ultimately keeping the tool on the jobsite up to 400 percent longer than that of other name brand competitive units. Furthermore, because the 2673-22L is powered by Milwaukee’s M18 Red Lithium battery, it’s the only press system where you can cut, fasten and connect on one system. The long stoke provides the ability to press larger dimensions and more demanding pipe, such as stainless steel, while the shorter stroke provides faster press times on jaws and copper rings.

 

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