Williams Tools

Williams - Trusted. Strong. Valued.

Williams has a rich history of working with industrial professionals since 1882.

Williams Historical Profile

Williams Tools' Proud History

Williams has made strong, trusted tools for industrial professionals with pride since 1882.

It’s first factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NYC, revolutionized drop forging, “blacksmithing by machinery,” to ensure all pieces were created with the same consistency and quality.

Due to their precise manufacturing process, Williams’ products were used in the countless industrial shops of 19th century America. From turning out tools for bicycles, sewing machines and more to the production of golf club heads for a growing America.

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  • 1882

    1882

    Williams’ first factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NYC, revolutionized drop forging, “blacksmithing by machinery,” to ensure all pieces were created with the same consistency and quality.

     

    Due to their precise manufacturing process, Williams’ products were used in the countless industrial shops of 19th century America. From turning out tools for bicycles, sewing machines and more to the production of golf club heads for a growing America.

  • 1893

    1893

    Products unique in quality, arrangement and refinement meant everything to the early Williams brand. The Red Hook factory was spotless. It was advanced for its time, from recycling oil to having its own fireproof architecture and private fire department.

     

    With Williams attention to detail and precision, Williams won special praise for its distinctive, highly-polished sycamore wood display during the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair.

  • 1905

    1905

    Originally J.H. Williams, an American made brand was shipping products to various countries like Chile, South Africa and France as early as 1905.

  • 1914

    1914

    In 1914, Williams moved its flagship production facility to Buffalo, New York, where it employed 800 workers.

  • 1926

    1926

    Superwrenches drop-forged from selected alloy steel in box and open-end patterns were quickly accepted by mechanics because of their light, balanced designed and great strength.

  • 1936

    1936

    In 1936, Williams introduced a flexible wrench system called “super” sockets which included sockets, handles and accessories ranging in size from 3/16” to 3-1/8”.

  • 1982

    1982

    During their centennial year in 1982, Williams introduced the industry’s first modular flat and socket wrenches.

     

    That year they also included a complete line of tool sets for the offshore energy industry.

  • Today

    Today

    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.

     

    Whether in the field, suspended at height or in the plant, we are performing along side you everyday. Williams is your trusted, strong and valued Industrial Workhorse.

Key Points

INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULICS

QUALITY PRODUCTS. WIDE SELECTION.

Williams hydraulics offers a wide range of products including cylinders (pull, single & double acting, flat body, aluminium, lock nut, hollow hole, threaded hole and low profile), pumps (hand, double acting, air, gas, electric (with solenoid valve, with auto return valve, with pendant switch), diesel) , 55T and 100T shop presses, toe jacks, mini jacks, side pump bottle jacks, spreaders and 4T and 10T maintenance kits.

Our mini jacks will lift up to 20 tons and they literally fit into the palm of your hand, a lot of power in a small package. Williams hydraulic accessories include gauges, adapters, couplings, hoses and hydraulic oil as well as cylinder and shop press accessories.

TORQUE SOLUTIONS

PROPER TORQUE

In industrial applications proper torque is important for safety, reliability and performance. Every manufacturer whether in fleet maintenance, power generation, oil and gas, etc. specifies critical fastener torque for important reasons. Under and over tightening critical fasteners can lead to product failure. Product failure means downtime, higher costs, potential injury and more.

  • SAVE TIME AND MONEY - Engineered attachment points don’t interfere with the functionality of the tools.
  • BEAT THE STATISTICS - The [email protected] System tethers each tool with its own lanyard, minimizing exchanges and reducing the likelihood of drops.
  • MINIMIZE RISK - Independent tethering allows a tool to be removed and returned to its holster with one hand so the user can maintain the critical “three points of contact” when working at height.
  • RETAIN CONTROL - Our modular approach allows you to configure tools and holsters to your needs.
  • LEAVE IT TO THE EXPERTS - We will work with you to determine your drop prevention needs and provide a complete system to help your workers work safely and efficiently.

Williams
Work Tools

The most valued productivity solutions in the industry.

This catalogue contains a product line specialized in big sizes and heavy quality. These tools keep going when other gave up under the harsh conditions of today’s energy and petrochemical industry.

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Our Programs

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

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Sioux Tools

Engineered to be Fearless

Since 1914, Sioux Tools has been committed to bringing productive solutions to the pneumatic power tool industry.

A History of Success

A legendary USA-made brand of power tools established in 1914 to support the growing production and manufacturing needs of an expanding America.

Sioux is relentlessly focused on engineering better solutions to help tool users hold, use and maintain their power tools. As a result – Sioux power tools last longer and work harder in manufacturing, repair and assembly operations. Over the years, tens of thousands of tool users have been part of the growing legacy of Sioux power tools – ensuring that the products are built to withstand the toughest working environments.

Today, if it Protects, Transports or Powers around the World – Sioux power tools are likely part of the team that builds it.

Mission

To create and serve customers with quality products and service that meet or exceed their expectations.

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  • 1914

    Sioux Tools has a long and proud heritage of innovation as they have helped to shape the face of the tool industry.

     

    The company was started in November of 1914 by Swedish tool maker, Oscar Albertson, and office boy, Harold Jacobson, with a goal to become the “best machine and tool shop”. Sioux has since grown to become a trusted partner by a wide range of industrial and manufacturing segments.

  • 1917

    Originally named Albertson & Company, the first items manufactured were piston rings, spark plugs and a gas saver. They soon expanded their line to become a powerful force in the marketplace.

     

    In early 1917, Oscar Albertson designed a valve lathe – a hand tool used to seat engine valves. This invention proved to be the foundation upon which Sioux Tools has built a reputation for innovation throughout the world.

  • 1958

    During the 1920s the company revolutionized the tool industry by introducing some of the very first hand held power tools.

     

    In 1958 the company further solidified its position as a market leader by designing and producing its first air powered tools.

  • 1994

    In 1994 Sioux Tools joined Snap-on Incorporated, which added industrial power tools to the extensive Snap-on line.

     

    Product lines include hand and power tools, diagnostics and shop equipment, tool storage products, diagnostics software and other solutions for the transportation service, industrial, government, education, agricultural, and other commercial applications, including construction and electrical.

  • Today

    Today, Sioux Tools has been granted well over 100 patents. Innovation, ingenuity and insight have established Sioux tools in the minds of the professional as the tool to depend on. Our commitment to continued development in ergonomics and innovative design ensures that we will meet the needs of professionals for many years to come.

     

    Today we continue to strive to live up to our founding father’s wish of being the “best in the world”.

Key Points

INDUSTRIAL TOOLS

Sioux Tools is known around the world for quality, durability and performance. Our extensive and always expanding line of industrial power tools are engineered to make any job easier, safer and more efficient. We build tools that stand up to the demanding specifications required by today’s industrial manufacturing, assembly and finishing needs. Our industrial line of tools is second to none in power, workmanship and total quality.

WE DESIGN TOOLS TO FIT THE APPLICATION

Sioux has been an innovator in designing tools that fill unique applications. The exclusive Z-handle design enables manufacturers to have a tool that will fit into extremely tight spaces yet maintain the full industrial power.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

As new manufacturing techniques develop they bring with them new demands that may not be met with conventional air tools. Sioux Tools is ready to meet these needs by utilizing our engineering technology coupled with the latest innovations and technological advancements in the power tool industry.

We research the need to develop a new tool and then our Sioux team of engineers and designers go to work to produce the most efficient and versatile tool possible. We are constantly working to increase our product offering, but those new products must live up to our high expectations.

Our extensive design engineering, research and development experience has proven our ability and commitment to build quality tools.

CONTINUOUS QUALITY CONTROL

Every Sioux product undergoes rigorous performance tests at precise stages from design conception through product assembly and packaging to ensure they meet our own high standards and the demands of our customers.

Only the finest materials are used in production, and no tool leaves our plant without thorough testing to meet Sioux quality standards. We’ve built our reputation on producing top-of-the-line industrial tools.

Force Tools

SIOUX Tools

Sioux Tools is known around the world for quality, durability and performance Our extensive and always expanding line of industrial power tools are engineered to make any job easier, safer and more efficient. We build tools that stand up to the demanding specifications required by today’s industrial manufacturing, assembly and finishing needs.

Force

Sioux Tools designs the tool to fit the application. Many businesses require tools that can deliver high performance but are not subject to the constant demands of industrial applications. To meet these requirements, Sioux developed the Force line. The Force line-up is designed primarily for the MRO (Maintenance Repair Operations) and manufacturing support functions, however, the quality of the these tools will allow them to go beyond these typical support applications to fit the bill in many of your manufacturing processes.

Sioux Tools

SIOUX
Industrial Air Tools

The most valued productivity solutions in the industry.

Sioux Air Tools represent an extraordinary value, combining great performance, light weight ergonomic designs, and exceptional durability. Snap-on Industrial offers an extensive variety of Sioux Tools geared expressly for industry.

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SIOUX
Force Tools Series

The most valued productivity solutions in the industry.

Force tools are designed to complement the durability and performance of our industrial line.

  • Drills
  • Assembly
  • Abrasive
  • Finishing
  • Percussive
  • Specialty
  • Accessories

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Our Programs

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

FOD

Make Foreign Object Damage a Thing of the Past

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FOD

Make Foreign Object Damage a Thing of the Past

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News &Updates

Stay up to date with the latest news about our products and upcoming events.

Snap-on Supporting the Community

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Snap-On.Committed to ensuring the safety of your staff and customers.

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

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Snap-On.Committed to ensuring the safety of your staff and customers.

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

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ATI Airframe Tools

A Seventy-Year Heritage of serving customers and airlines

With seventy years of experience in Airframe tooling, we have every imaginable tool when it comes to Drilling, Countersinking, Riveting and Bucking procedures.

When you need the right answer on Airframe maintenance and repair tools, we’re unmatched in the market place. And if we don’t have the right answer in stock, we have a full service staff of experts who can create a custom tool solution made to your specific needs that will have you covered.

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  • 1938

    ATI was formed in 1938 in Los Angeles, California and incorporated as Aircraft Tools, Inc., in 1949.

     

    Strategically located near LA International Airport, we were able to serve Douglas, Northrop, Lockheed and North American Aviation.

  • 1950

    In the mid-1950s, we opened several U.S. sales offices in order to support other companies like Boeing, Grumman, Beech, Cessna, General Dynamics, LTV, Sikorsky, Rohr and Bell Helicopter.

     

    As business changed in the late 1950s, we began soliciting machine shop work and formed a tool and an aerospace division that allowed us to grow substantially.

  • 1960s – 1970s

    In 1966, ATI relocated to Escondido, CA, just north of San Diego. It had established itself as the largest supplier of quality aircraft fabricating tools in the United States and Canada.

     

    In 1972, the employees of ATI purchased the company and changed the name to ATI Industries. We began concentrating on international markets, setting up sales distribution into 35 countries.

  • 1980s – 1990s

    In March of 1986, ATI brand was sold to, and became a subsidiary of, Snap-on Tools Incorporated.

     

    When defence budgets were drastically reduced in the early 1990s, ATI terminated all aerospace missile component work to concentrate solely on the core commercial tools business. In keeping with this focus, we changed our company name to ATI Tools, Inc. and kept that name until January 1, 1996, when we became ATI Tools Division, Snap-on Tools Company.

  • 2000s – Today

    In early 2009, ATI consolidated with CDI Torque, another Snap-on Tools company, and formed Snap-on Specialty Tools, which resides today in City of Industry, California.

     

    Snap-on Specialty Tools has a full service design and engineering staff and the capabilities to build custom tools for specific applications.

Key Points

WIDE RANGING PRODUCT LINES

ATI’s precision quality products are both specialized and commercial tools for airframe production, maintenance, and repair. The extensive product line spans riveting, bucking procedures, cable swaging, drilling, countersinking, aluminium cutting, specialized tools for airframe fasteners, and beyond.

ENGINEERING THAT EXCEEDS INDUSTRY STANDARDS

What sets ATI apart? It begins with innovative design, precise heat treatment specification and rigid inspection standards add up to safe, functional, and cost-effective aircraft tools that don’t just meet aviation industry standards, they exceed them.

All ATI tools adhere to rigid engineering standards, including:

  • ISO 9001, Quality Management
  • ISO 14001, Environmental Management System
  • 18001-199, Work Safety & Health Protection Management
  • ISO 190011 – Audit Management
  • ISO 17025 – Laboratory Calibration (ANSI NCSL-Z540-1)
  • ANSI ASQ Z1 / MIL-STD-105E, Sample Inspection Plan
  • and more…
ATI Tools

Tools
for Aviation and Aerospace

A Snap-on Specialty Tools Brand

The ATI Tools brand under Snap-on Specialty Tools will have a full service design and engineering staff and the capabilities to build a multilevel of variations of custom tools to your specific specifications.

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ATI Catalogue

Our Programs

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

FOD

Make Foreign Object Damage a Thing of the Past

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FOD

Make Foreign Object Damage a Thing of the Past

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News &Updates

Stay up to date with the latest news about our products and upcoming events.

Snap-on Supporting the Community

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Snap-on Advantage

Snap-On.Committed to ensuring the safety of your staff and customers.

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

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Snap-On.Committed to ensuring the safety of your staff and customers.

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

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Snap-on

Salute to the Makers & Fixers

Keeping the world moving isn’t just your job. It’s your purpose.

Snap-On Industrial

Snap-on history
timeline

Five unique handles and ten sockets that snapped on interchangeably, coined “Five do the work of Fifty”, launched a company that would shape the industry.

In 1920, a cultural shift was underway in the United States as the automobile was rising in popularity, creating the need for an emerging automotive repair industry. Joseph Johnson, and engineer from Milwaukee, had an idea that would revolutionise repair and make work easier for professional mechanics.

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  • 1920s

    Snap-on 1920s

    First Patent – No. 6 Ratchet

    In 1923, Snap-on filed for its first patent, a ratcheting attachment. The No. 6 Ratchet was designed by Joseph Johnson and was the first ratcheting attachment made for use with the original set of interchangeable socket wrenches.

  • 1930s

    Snap-on 1930s

    Dream Orders & Needs List

    In the grip of the Great Depression, Snap-on salesmen would say to their customers, “Everybody is in a fix today – no money – but when you have money again, what tools will you need?” They called these “Dream Orders.” The novel idea quickly developed into a “Needs List,” and is still used with success today.

  • 1940s

    Snap-on 1940s

    Essential to the War Effort

    The early 1940s were marked by World War II and the military experienced severe tool shortages as a result. As a preferred supplier to the government, Snap-on was called into action, producing tools that kept air and ground equipment operating. Wartime demands also led to product innovations.

  • 1950s

    Snap-on 1950s

    Booming Auto Industry

    Post-war America began an era of optimism and growth of the middle class. The baby boom created a surge in home construction and a departure from the city to the suburbs.

     

    Snap-on was well positioned to take advantage of this cultural shift; the dealer network continued to expand as a result of the fast developing auto repair industry and industrial sales accelerated as factories returned back to pre-war production.

  • 1960s

    Snap-on 1960s

    Creation of The Flank Drive

    At this time, the aviation industry was making advancements in reducing space and weight by modifying fasteners, but was struggling with rounding of the fastener corners upon removal. The Navy sought Snap-on to solve this dilemma.

     

    The solution, called the Flank Drive® Wrenching System, was issued two patents in 1965 and proved so popular that it spread throughout the Snap-on product line.

  • 1970s

    Snap-on 1970s

    Business Growth

    As Snap-on celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1970, it began a decade of explosive growth. The number and variety of products jumped 30% and capacity was added through plant expansions.

     

    For the decade, Snap-on net sales grew from $76.5 million in 1970 to $373.6 million in 1979.

  • 1980s

    Snap-on 1980s

    Soaring to New Heights

    In the late 1980s, the “Soaring to New Heights in Customer Service” theme was created as the Corporation strived to reach the $1 billion sales milestone.

     

    The eagle, a powerful, regal bird known for fast and furious flight, was chosen as the symbol to guide the Company to even higher levels of quality and customer service. In 1987, the $1 billion sales goal was achieved.

  • 1990s

    Snap-on 1990s

    Continuously Evolving

    Throughout the 1990s, Snap-on continued to expand product lines globally to better serve professionals in critical industries. More than two dozen companies were acquired.

     

    With Sioux® and Williams® we extended our offering in power and hand tools for critical industries. In 1995 Snap-on purchased Eurotools, reaching professional tradesmen globally. In 1999, Snap-on acquired the Bahco® iconic brand.

  • 2000s

    Snap-on 2000s

    Rapid Continuous Improvement (RCI)

    RCI is a structured set of tools and processes, used by associates globally to eliminate wasted effort and create productivity and quality, leading to sustainable operating efficiencies.

     

    Beginning in 2005, Snap-on enlisted the masters of the Toyota Production System, Shingijutsu, as a guide.

  • 2010s – Today

    Snap-on 2010s

    Runways for Growth

    Snap-on is positioned for the future with favorable vehicle population trends, increasing vehicle complexity, growing demand in emerging markets and significant opportunities in industries outside of vehicle repair.

    To capitalize on these opportunities, we are investing strategically in these wide runways for growth in order to reach more professionals.

Snap-on Industrial
Catalogue

THE NEW 900+ PAGE SNAP-ON CATALOGUE

Key product categories and features

  • Tool Storage
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Diagnostics
View Snap-on Catalogue

Our Programs

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

FOD

Make Foreign Object Damage a Thing of the Past

find out more
FOD

Make Foreign Object Damage a Thing of the Past

find out more

News &Updates

Stay up to date with the latest news about our products and upcoming events.

Snap-on Supporting the Community

Snap-on supported a company in Sweden, GroundZero4WD, who had suffered from an arson attack. We provided assistance in the way of a selection of tools to help them get back on their feet. Here it is…

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Snap-on Tethered Tools Protect Lives When Working At Height

Snap-on Tethered Tools Protect Lives When Working at Height

Oil and gas engineers and technicians required to work at height, often in challenging offshore locations and appalling weather, are well aware...

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Snap-on Industrial at Railtex 2021

Railtex is the UK's premier exhibition of railway equipment, systems and services. It creates maximum engagement for visitors by placing thousands of industry professionals together in one place at…

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Tool Control Pushes Food Safety to New Levels for KP Snack

Tool Control Pushes Food Safety to New Levels for KP Snacks

KP Snacks has announced that it has introduced Snap-on tool management onto its production line. The food safety of our products is of paramount importance...

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Snap-on Advantage

Snap-On.Committed to ensuring the safety of your staff and customers.

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

I'd like to know more

Snap-On.Committed to ensuring the safety of your staff and customers.

Workmanship, quality and innovation have a long tradition at Snap-on. Our products are light, durable, strong and, above all, safe.

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