Fastener and Pipe Extractors

Bolt and Screw Extractors provide 8 points of contact.
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Bolt and Screw Extractors provide 8 points of contact.

Featuring hexagonal driving flat for optimum torque and 4 double-edged cutting and gripping edges that equal 8 points of contact, Rennsteig Extractors remove damaged screws and bolts. Extractors' cutting edges provide non-slip engagement, and are designed for both left- and right-hand threaded screws. Made of German chrome vanadium steel, extractors are available as individual pieces with sizes...

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Hand Tools facilitate removal of damaged studs and nuts.
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Hand Tools facilitate removal of damaged studs and nuts.

Turned with wrench or ratcheting tool, External Cam/Knurl-Type Stud Extractor has internal knurled wheel that grips stud so that it can be loosened. It works on bolts with rusted, corroded, or stripped threads. Internal Cam/Roller-Type Stud Extractor loosens stubborn studs with tight-gripping cam assembly. Using hardened chisel point screw, Nut Splitters remove frozen, corroded, or rusted nuts by...

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Bolt Extractor Socket removes damaged nuts and bolts.

Bolt Extractor Socket's interior surface of 18-30 spiral threads tightly grips damaged fasteners. Suiatble for tight spaces, through-hole design enables access to fasteners at end of long bolts or studs. Socket is turned using box, open end, ratcheting, or socket wrench. Available in sizes ¼-5/8 in. and 7-16 mm, each socket can turn multiple fastener sizes.

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Extractors remove broken pipes, studs, and screws.
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Extractors remove broken pipes, studs, and screws.

Heavy-duty, hardened steel REPS Extractors provide 4-point grip on broken parts without hammering or pounding. Tools pull, rather than ream broken part, then release instantly. Available in 4 standard sets, extractors can be used on pipes from 1/8-2 in. and studs and screws from 3/8-3½ in. Applications include machine shops and manufacturing industrial plants, as well as plumbing, heating, and...

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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing
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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) are two of the hottest IT trends that have emerged in the last couple of decades. By creating the ability to store and access data and programs through the internet while cutting out the middleman (aka, hard drives and other physical devices), cloud computing offers many attractive features to companies in almost all industries, including fiscal savings, speed, scalability, ease of upgrades, and agility. Although the upfront savings of SaaS are undeniable, there are still many that favor on-premise systems and proprietary software. You may be wondering if transitioning to a cloud-based model is the right choice for your company, but with so many different viewpoints it can be hard to make sense of all the pros and cons. Using concrete data organized into helpful graphs, this white paper offers insightful interpretations of the numbers to show the ways in which SaaS can offer both financial savings and strategic advantages.

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Dodge® Raptor Coupling Now Available in Three Larger Sizes
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Dodge® Raptor Coupling Now Available in Three Larger Sizes

The Dodge Raptor coupling epitomizes the innovation and value that has made Baldor a world leader in industrial electric motors. For almost 100 years Baldor has been the go-to source for industries across the globe. The Raptor coupling is just one example of our dedication to engineered excellence and commitment to providing value and performance. See our video to learn more.

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