Milwaukee® 2455-22 | UTS

Milwaukee® M12™ 2455-22 Compact Lightweight Cordless Driver Kit, 1/4 in Chuck, 12 VDC, 750 rpm No-Load, 7-1/2 in OAL, Lithium-Ion Battery

  • PN: 438747
  • UPC: 045242216376
  • MPN: 2455-22
  • Min. Qty: 1
  • Qty Interval: 1
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Milwaukee® 2455-22

DESCRIPTION

The first no-hub driver in the industry lets you accurately fasten upto 300 steel clamps on a single charge. The revolutionary M12™ cordless lithium-ion no-hub driver lets you quickly install no-hub couplings with accuracy and repeatability. Powered by the M12™ REDLITHIUM™ battery pack, it fastens upto 300 steel clamps on a single charge and is proven to be accurate for upto 25000 clamps before re-calibration is needed. It features torque settings for 60 in-lb and 80 in-lb and LED indicators for when torque limit is reached and recalibration is required.

Milwaukee® M12™ Cordless Driver Kit, Compact Lightweight, Kit, 1/4 in Chuck, Hex/Keyless Chuck, 750 rpm No-Load Speed, 2 Speed, 60/80 in-lb, 12 VDC, Lithium-Ion Battery Type, 1.5 Ah Battery, Yes Battery Included, Metal Housing, T-Handle, Red, Variable Speed Trigger Switch Control, 7-1/2 in Overall Length

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SPECIFICATIONS

FEATURES

  • Powerful 12 V motor delivers 60 in-lb and 80 in-lb of torque for fast installation
  • Auto shut-OFF with LED indicator alerts users when torque limit has been achieved
  • LED calibration indicator alerts users when calibration is needed
  • 0 to 750 rpm drill mode provides increased utility for general drilling and fastening
  • REDLITHIUM™ battery technology - superior pack construction, electronics and performance deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than any battery on the market
  • REDLINK™ intelligence - provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
  • On-board fuel gauge helps you monitor the charge precisely for less downtime on the job
  • Built-in LED light illuminates work surfaces in dark locations