For narrow areas where screws cannot be retained by hand, during assembly/maintenance of devices, equipment, vehicles and so on
For preventing screws from falling into devices, such as food processing equipment where mechanical parts must be excluded, during maintenance
A socket which holds hex head screws and hex nuts.
The two balls pressed into the wire ring facing inwards hold hex head screws and hex nuts within the socket and prevent falling.
Unlike magnetic holding methods, it can be used with hex head screws and hex nuts of any material. There is also no adherence of foreign matter due to socket magnetism.
It can be used just like ordinary sockets.
The insertion angle is 6.35.
For mounting and removal of screws in deep areas where hex head screws and hex nuts cannot be retained by hand.
When mounting or removing hex head screws and hex nuts in narrow vertical areas, use a commercially available extension bar.
Precautions for Use
Use a size matching the nominal of width across flats.
Retention may not be possible according to the dimensions and specifications of the hexagon.
Insert firmly until hex head screws and hex nuts are retained.
Do not use together with power tools like impact wrenches.
Do not use in locations exposed to live wires, as it is made of metal.
Do not use for any applications other than for turning screws.