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The LOK-COND™ wrench has been engineered to reduce frustration and is designed with the latest CAD (computer aided design) software to create a new operating geometry. The LOK-COND™ wrench uses a completely novel, patented approach to engage the fastener. The radius projection or arc at each end of the wrench is designed to nest in the thread of the conduit fitting, next or adjacent to the locknut, but not on it! The drive tab needs to fit into the groove or notch of the locknut to transfer torque. The wrench can now be used to loosen or lock a fastener by rotating the wrench in the direction of the arrows marked on both end of the wrenches. Please see below for detailed instructions.

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Lok-Cond conduit locknut wrenches work with most types of locknuts; 6 point, 8 point, plastic, etc.

ALWAYS TURN ELECTRICAL POWER OFF BEFORE USE!

Tightening

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Shown above are the straight wrench (left), the 90 deg wrench with handle (center & right pictures)

1.       Slide the wrench end marked "Tighten" over and into the threads of the fitting, not over the locknut!

2.       Engage the angled tab between the peaks of the locknut and move the wrench downward to secure the locknut. (see pictures above)

3.       Tighten to desired torque, being careful not to over tighten or break the fitting.

 

NOTE: Do not use the torque handle extension with the straight wrench, as it was not designed or intended for this purpose! Use the extension as shown above with the 90 degree wrench. The supplied torque handle slides over the unused curved end of the 90deg wrench to provide the leverage required to tighten or loosen the locknut.

 

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Loosening

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1.       Slide the wrench end marked "Loosen" over and into the threads of the fitting, not over the locknut!

2.        Engage the angled tab between the peaks of the locknut and move the wrench upward to loosen the locknut. (see pictures above)

3.        Remove wrench and locknut when loosened.

 

Play the video below to see a brief demo of tightening then loosening a fitting locknut

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