The X-4 Tool Torque Multiplier is unlike any other tool providing the power needed to loosen the toughest threaded fasteners. Relatively small in size, X-4 Tool Torque Multipliers may be used with practically all drive tooling to provide increased output torque in work areas where accessibility is limited. Using an X-4 Tool Torque Multiplier greatly improves productivity as in many cases it eliminates the need to disassemble nearby equipment to access stubborn fasteners.

Equipment operators and service technicians as well as maintenance and production personnel regard X-4 Tool Torque Multipliers as indispensable tools necessary to keep their operations up and running under the most demanding conditions. Thousands of X-4 Tool Torque Multipliers are used every day in a variety of industries throughout the world in countless applications.

- The X-4 Tool TD-1500 and TD-2000 Torque Multipliers provide
**MORE THAN FOUR TIMES**the power of an ordinary wrench delivering up to 4000 ft-lbs and 8000 ft-lbs of output torque - The X-4 Tool TD-1200 two-stage Torque Multiplier provides
**MORE THAN FOURTEEN TIMES**the power of an ordinary wrench delivering up to 3000 ft-lbs of output torque - Offers a much safer and effective alternative to using drive tool extensions
- All components of the X-4 Tool TD-1200, TD-1500 and TD-2000 Torque Multipliers are made from high grade materials for maximum strength and durability
- Requires no air or electricity to operate and is invaluable in an unlimited range of maintenance, production, and equipment service applications
- Use with a calibrated torque wrench when higher levels of precision are required
- Multipliers may be used in combination to provide even more power
- All X-4 Tool Torque Multipliers are 100%
**MADE IN THE USA**

Model | Output Capacity | Input Drive | Output Drive | Ratio* | Approx. Weight |
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LW-750 |
1000 ft-lb (1356 N-m, 140 kP-m) | 1/2" | 3/4" | 4 to 1 | 7 lbs (3.2 kg) |

TD-1000 |
2000 ft-lb (2712 N-m, 280 kP-m) | 3/4" | 1" | 4 to 1 | 14 lbs (6.4 kg) |

TD-1000R(Anti-Backlash) |
2000 ft-lb (2712 N-m, 280 kP-m) | 3/4" | 1" | 4 to 1 | 15 lbs (6.9 kg) |

TD-1200(Two-Stage) |
3000 ft-lb (4067 N-m, 420 kP-m) | 3/4" | 1 1/2" | 14.3 to 1 | 30 lbs (14 kg) |

TD-1500 |
4000 ft-lb (5423 N-m, 560 kP-m) | 1" | 1 1/2" | 4.33 to 1 | 30 lbs (14 kg) |

TD-2000 |
8000 ft-lb (10847 N-m, 1120 kP-m) | 1" | 1 1/2" | 4.6 to 1 | 47 lbs (21 kg) |

TD-2500 |
12000 ft-lb (16270 N-m, 1680 kP-m) | 1" | 2 1/2" | 6 to 1 | 73 lbs (33 kg) |

*Due to frictional losses in the tool, actual output will vary between 10 and 20% in each stage of multiplication.

Using the X-4 Tool TD-1200, TD-1500 and TD-2000 Torque Multipliers is quick and easy. Simply attach any appropriately-sized standard drive socket to the 1-1/2” output drive square of the torque multiplier. Then, Insert the drive end of a ratchet, breaker bar, torque wrench or other standard drive tool into the input square of the multiplier. (Please note that impact type driving tools **SHOULD NOT** be used.) Place the torque multiplier assembly on the fastener with the reaction bar securely restrained against a fixed object or surface. Any force applied to the drive tool is multiplied at the output end of the X-4 Tool Torque Multiplier at a factor dependent upon the model being used. For higher ratios of multiplication, two or more torque multipliers may be directly coupled.

This photo shows the possibilities for and advantages of using X-4 Tool Torque Multipliers in tandem. The technician is using the output torque generated by an X-4 Tool model TD1000 to provide the input torque to drive an X-4 Tool model TD2000 resulting in a multiplication factor greater than 13X (when taking efficiency losses into consideration). In this particular application, 50 ft-lbs of torque applied by the technician would result in more than 650 ft-lbs of torque applied to the fastener! X-4 Tool Torque Multipliers have proven to be both invaluable and essential tools for remote field applications.

**CAUTION: DO NOT**, under any circumstances, exceed the rated output capacity of the device. Subjecting the device to output torques higher than the maximum rated capacity may result in tool failure and personal injury. When using torque multipliers in combination only the multiplication factor is increased; the maximum output capacity is limited to that of the multiplier having the lowest rated output in the stack.