Why Abolox Represent J H Williams?
J.H. Williams began in 1882 with its first factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York City, revolutionizing drop forging to ensure all tools were manufactured, providing consistent quality. In 1926 Williams introduced the “Superrench” open-end wrench changing the way mechanics used wrenches. In 1936, Williams introduced their line of sockets making socket tools more useful and practical for daily use.
Symbolic of the Williams brand, the workhorse prides itself on putting its head down, working hard for you, and delivering valuable results to your work. We recognize the need for getting back to the basics: the importance of a job done well, every time, with confidence and pride.
Williams makes industrial tools for professionals like you. Every day we purposefully choose our next product innovation by examining and understanding your needs because we know you value your work and pride yourself in being the best. We develop tools strong enough to endure extreme industrial conditions. Leveraging our heritage of making great tools with the right materials and precise engineering specifications, Williams makes products designed to be put to work with confidence. Supporting oil and gas, manufacturing, maintenance, power generation industries since 1882, we are valued by our customers around the world.
Williams offers a wide variety of hand tools, including ratcheting flare nut wrenches, offset structural box wrenches, hi-vis combination wrenches, ½” impact sockets, Superjoint pliers, and more that are truly industrial grade. We take torque beyond the garage and into critical industries with our steel grip electronic torque wrenches, interchangeable heads, and wide range of torque multipliers. Williams tools recognize your passion for hard work. We are with you every day, all day.
We are proud that Williams tools are used in industry worldwide where hard work is done and steel strength is essential. Our tools keep factories running safely and efficiently. They build and maintain ships. They keep power generation plants and oil production flowing, and so much more. This is why Williams is “The Industrial Workhorse.”
Innovating For 140 Years
Williams has made strong, trusted tools for Industrial professionals since 1882. Due to their precise manufacturing process, Williams’ process was used in the countless industrial shops of 19th century America. From innovative products that helped make us famous, like Superrench®, Supersocket™, and Supertorque™, we’re carrying on the tradition of forging top-quality tools that hard-working people depend on. Today with world-class factories across the United States, Williams’ heritage of high-quality, industrial-focused tools continues to deliver a brand of tools that is ready to work.
At Williams, we believe selling a product is more than an exchange of tools. When you work with Williams, you work with industrial tool professionals whose experience in the field and the factory help you make smart decisions for your business. With demanding timelines, callous conditions, and many other obstacles businesses face today, it is important to partner with a company that understands your challenges. Williams and our distributors are here to help you find the right solutions for your individual business. Williams has a network of professionals with the knowledge you can count on.
BUILT FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
Our growing assortment includes tools that are engineered to withstand the demanding needs of industrial environments. Where the hard work is done, and steel strength is essential. Williams’ special blend of steel allows for a higher heat treat than average steel. This means each tool gets just the right hardness, toughness, and strength for industrial applications. And we know how to make great tools. Williams tools keep factories running safely and efficiently. They build and maintain ships. They keep power generation plants and oil production flowing, and so much more. With 8,000+ tools in our portfolio, you will find the right tools to get the job done.
With almost 140 years of experience, people trust Williams to design and manufacture safe, strong, and reliable tools. We know that keeping your people safe is the top priority. That’s why we offer the safest products in the business and the training and instruction on how to use them properly. Our training programs help tool users learn about dangers involving misused, modified, and poorly maintained tools and how to determine the right tool for any job. In addition, we teach the importance of ergonomics, tethered tools, proper calibration, and more.