Snap-on Industrial Brands is Now Williams - Engine Builder Magazine

Snap-on Industrial Brands is Now Williams

Striving to tap into the “workhorse” line of tools that have long represented the Williams brand, Snap-on Industrial Brands will now be known as Williams. Williams is designed for industrial technicians who rely on strong, trusted tools that are engineered to withstand the demanding needs of harsh environments. 

Williams has a rich history of working with industrial professionals since 1882. Today with world-class factories across the United States, Williams tools offer a wide-variety of hand tools, Tools@Height, torque tools, as well as industrial hydraulics and more. Whether it’s micrometer adjustable torque wrenches, flextensions, adjustable pliers, Supertorque screwdrivers, prybars, hi-vis combination wrenches, 1/2˝ impact sockets and more, Williams brings an industrial-grade engineered workmanship to jobs in critical industries.  

Williams purposefully built assortment features more than 8,000 SKUs; specific tool categories include: Torque tools, sockets and drive tools, wrenches, tool storage, master tool sets, tools for the trade, pliers, screwdrivers, Tools@Height, hammers, pipe tools, C-clamps, hydraulics, punches and chisels, prybars, and insulated tools.  

For more information: www.williams-industrial.com or call 800.446.7404.

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