The TorqueExtender™ is a socket wrench extension pole. It allows you to torque down multiple sized fasteners to ceilings safely and easily from the ground. Installs 3/8″ wedge anchors, concrete screws and drop-in anchors with ease.
Use what the inspectors use!
- Standard 1/2” male square socket drive with detent ball
- Standard 1/2” female square socket drive
- 9/16″ open ended socket
- Utilizes Lagmaster® Plus Plug-in Technology
- Aircraft grade black anodized aluminum
- Max torque rating is 20 ft./lbs
- Weighs 4.85 lbs.
Product Code: TE-12
|Product Code||Collapsed |
|Max Extended |
|TE-8||4'||88 7/8″||76 ¼”||5lbs|
|TE-12||6' 3"||11' 5.25"||10' 4.75"||5lbs|
Torque Extender Telescoping Pole Tool
Installing 1/4 Inch Threaded Rod Assemblies
Installing Threaded Rod Assemblies
45 Degree Splay Wire Installation
Installing Powers Vertigo Screws
LMP 9/16 Plug
Open ended, installs 9/16” hex drive wedge anchors & concrete screws
Open ended, accepts all LMP plugs, installs screws with ½” hex drive (Elco/Hangermate)
LMP 1/2″ Square
1/2″ male square socket driver with detent ball, our most versatile plug yet!
LM 1/2” Female Square
Use with any 1/2” square drive torque wrench or impact wrench
LMP 5/8 Plug
LMP 5/8 Vertigo Plug
Seismic Bracing Installation Instructions
Required tools and fasteners: ODM, ODM375, ODM916, TE-12, Torque Wrench, 3/8” Wedge Anchor, HOCL-45 Angle Clip, ceiling wire.
Step 1. Drill a 3/8” hole into the concrete ceiling using an ODM (Overhead Drill Machine) fitted with an ODM375 3/8”x 3.325” HALT bit.
Step 2. Remove the ODM375 HALT bit and insert an ODM916 SDS Plus 9/16 ” socket adapter, set the hammer drill to hammer only.
Step 3. Insert a 3/8” wedge anchor with a HOCL-45 angle clip prettied to ceiling wire into the ODM916 socket adapter.
Step 4. Raise the ODM up to the hole and insert the wedge anchor using the hammer function of the hammer drill.
Step 5. Use a TE-12 extension pole equipped with a LMP 9/16 Hex Plug to tighten the 9/16” nut on the wedge anchor to the appropriate torque using a torque wrench (Usually 25 ft/lbs).