Do slug wrenches really ensure that the tightening is done correctly? Using a slug wrench might seem like a convenient method for high torque bolting applications – but it is not. The accuracy is not close to what standards, regulations or installation guides require and the risk of faulty joints and personal injuries are imminent. When including the costs for leakage, rework and unplanned shutdowns due to bad torqueing, the cheap slug wrench becomes very expensive in the long run. Learn here how using direct driven pneumatic, electric or hydraulic nutrunners improves the quality of the joints, thus reducing the risk of joint failures and the cost related to that.