Material: Screwdriving bits nutsetters are typically made of high-quality steel or other durable materials to withstand the high torque and impact forces generated during nut fastening.
Design: Nutsetters have a hollow cylindrical design with a magnetic insert or a spring-loaded mechanism to securely hold the nut in place during fastening.
Drive Size: The drive size of the nutsetter refers to the size of the hexagonal shank that fits into the chuck of the power drill or impact driver. Common drive sizes include 1/4", 3/8", and 1/2".
Nut Size: Nutsetters are available in various sizes to accommodate different nut sizes, such as 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", and others.
Overall Length: The overall length of the nutsetter depends on the nut size and the depth of the fastening application.
Magnetic Properties: Many nutsetters have a magnetic insert to hold the nut securely in place, preventing it from falling off during fastening.
Spring-Loaded Mechanism: Some nutsetters feature a spring-loaded mechanism that applies pressure to the nut, holding it in place during fastening.
Corrosion Resistance: Some nutsetters may come with a protective coating or finish to enhance their corrosion resistance, increasing their lifespan.
Application: Nutsetters are commonly used in construction, woodworking, and automotive applications for efficient and precise nut fastening.
Storage: Some nutsetter sets may come with storage cases or holders to keep the nutsetters organized and easily accessible.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|