Hex Tools work in tight spaces.
October 7, 2008 -
Able to reach screws in tight or obstructed areas, Stubby Hex Tools are made from ProtaniumŽ steel with ProGuardŽ finish for corrosion protection. Short arm is bent with tight radius and finished with chamfered end, while long arm has ball end tip to speed insertion or extraction of screws at angles up to 25°. Stubby hex keys eliminate need to trim and file short arm, which could introduce burrs, soften steel, and result in stripped screw heads.
The Stubby: New Premium Hex Tool Works In Tight Spaces
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1400 E. Broadway, PO Box 660
Monticello, MN, 55362 9347
Press release date: September 1, 2008
Bondhus Corporation has created a new "Stubby" line of premium quality hex tools that solve the problem of reaching screws in tight or obstructed spaces. The short arm is shorter than a standard short arm, bent with a tight radius and finished with a chamfered end to ensure easy entry into the screw head. The long arm of the tool has a ball end tip for fast insertion or extraction of screws at angles up to 25°. Stubby hex keys eliminate the need to trim and file the short arm which could introduce burrs, soften the steel and result in stripped screw heads. The tools are made from Bondhus' exclusive ProtaniumŽ steel which makes them up to 20% stronger than competitor tools and carry the Bondhus lifetime warranty. All Stubby tools feature Bondhus' proprietary ProGuard(TM) finish, which offers five times more corrosion protection when compared to competitor finishes. Bondhus Corporation manufactures and distributes innovative, high quality, time saving tools for use in electronics, automotive, hobby, and machine tool industries.
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Bondhus Corporation, 1400 East Broadway, PO Box 660, Monticello, MN 55362