Press Release Summary:
Suitable for use on spline fasteners and 4, 6, and 12 point fasteners, spline sockets line includes 55 SKUs, in Â¼, 3/8, Â½, Â¾, and 1 in. drive models. Geometric profile of socket's 12 teeth offers large contact area between tool and spline fastener that allows user to apply more torque without damaging tool or fastener head. Sockets loosen partially rounded hex fasteners and meet requirements for MIL-W-8982/1A.
Original Press Release:
Stanley-Proto Introduces Spline Sockets
New tools deliver more torque with less sweat.
Conyers, GA July 31, 2006 - Stanley Proto has introduced its first ever line of spline sockets. The new line includes 55 SKUs, in ¼", 3/8" ½", ¾" and 1-inch drive models. Standard depth and deep sockets are available in the three smaller drive sizes.
The sockets can be used on spline fasteners, as well as on 4, 6, and 12 point fasteners. The spline socket/fastener system offers higher strength in a more compact profile than conventional fasteners, making it common on military equipment and commercial aircraft.
When a spline socket is placed on a spline fastener, the geometric profile of the socket's 12 teeth provides a large contact area between the tool and the fastener. This lets the user apply more torque with without damaging the tool or the fastener head. Spline sockets can even loosen hex fasteners that have already been partially rounded.
The precise fit between spline socket and fastener also helps prevent rounding or breaking off of fastener edges, which in turn, helps reduce the chance of foreign object damage to machinery. That's because the socket is designed to move the torque load away from the fastener corners, in addition to transferring it over a broader surface area.
Stanley® Proto® spine sockets are made from aircraft quality steel. They meet the requirements for MIL-W-8982/1A, as well as other leading aerospace and military specifications.
Professionals worldwide prefer Stanley® Proto® Industrial Tools for their outstanding quality, durability, and dependability. Developed according to strict ergonomic standards, they offer enhanced shock absorption and reduced slip, as well as designs that let professional users work faster and easier. Markets including auto-manufacturing plants, steel and airplane manufacturing, chemical plants, refineries, general manufacturing, transportation, and fleet maintenance for trucking, transit, and aircraft. For more information call 800-800-TOOL, or go to www.stanleyproto.com.
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2195 East View Parkway, Suite 103
Conyers, Georgia 30014