Pneumatic Screwdrivers

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Various pneumatic screwdrivers for the right application

Atlas Copco pneumatic screwdrivers bring accuracy and good ergonomics into the production process, while offering robust, reliable designs. The range includes models to fit any low torque application. The tools are available in pistol grip, angle and straight configurations with different drive types and spanning a wide range of speeds and torques.

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LUM - Pistol grip models & Straight Models

LUM pistol model

The LUM series is the workhorse of our pneumatic screwdriver line-up! This tool combines the best engineering, continuously refined and improved, to bring you superior ergonomics, durability and productivity. All key internal components are produced in our own plant in Sweden, ensuring that each tool is of the highest quality and that performance will be maintained at all times. All LUM models are equipped with a spring-operated shut-off clutch, designed by Atlas Copco, that is set with a Philips screwdriver – simple, fast and reliable!

HR
Model with traditional-grip can be used with high grip when feed force is needed or with low grip for minimal reaction force.

HRX
Model with balanced grip perfectly balanced for standard pistol grip applications.

HRF
Balanced grip with multiple air inlets for flexible connection.

The LUM32
This model has the highest force to weight ratio amongst the pneumatic screwdrivers. It is also a tool with low reaction force and fast shut-off because of the position of the clutch.

LUD & LUF

LUD & LUF

The LUD12 HRX is suitable for applications with self-drilling and wood screws. The grip is designed to balance the weight of the tool evenly to reduce strain on the wrist. Key internal components are manufactured in our own plant in Sweden so we can be certain each tool is up to our quality standard. The LUD screwdriver models do not have clutches, they are direct driven tools. This means that either you release the trigger to stop, or the torque builds up to where the motor can no longer rotate.

Twist

Twist

The TWIST series is perfect for those applications where a shut-off clutch is not suitable, like screws for wood or sheet metal. Key internal components are manufactured in our own plant in Sweden so we can be certain each tool is up to our quality standard. The TWIST screwdriver models are equipped a spring-operated slip clutch, designed by Atlas Copco, that is set with a Philips screwdriver. When the set torque is reached the motor keeps running but the clutch keeps slipping. This is an ideal choice for applications with sheet metal, wood or self-tapping screws.


Angle Models

LTV

LTV pneumatic angle head screwdriver can reach in to all those cramped spaces where you can’t fit a pistol grip tool. This small but powerful tool will keep you up and running for a long time! An important feature of the tool is its spiral cut angle gears –they offer increased durability and accuracy due to less play. Reverse is easily set by twisting the ring situated at the back end of the tool, just under the start lever. All LTV screwdriver models are equipped with a spring-operated shut-off clutch, designed by Atlas Copco, that is set with a Philips screwdriver – simple, fast and reliable!

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At Atlas Copco Industrial Technique we create value for our customers with world-class innovative technologies and solutions for manufacturing. Products built to last, long-term thinking, ergonomics and quality – a responsible company working for a sustainable future.

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