When to Use a Threading Tool
“Everywhere” is a bit too broad an answer – but just by a bit. There are so many potential applications for a threading tool that this space isn’t large enough to list them all. This innovate tool makes restoring damaged threads a piece of cake, and it’s used in variety of industries. A few of its common uses are detailed below.
- Plumbing – You will find the Nes External and Internal thread restorer in every advanced plumber’s toolbox. Use the hand tool to automatically mimic any thread’s pitch and diameter. There’s no need to measure ahead of time, which can prove a godsend in cramped spaces like beneath sinks, etc.
- Agriculture – One of the worst possible scenarios for an agriculture worker is a key piece of equipment manufacturing at harvest time. Thanks to the threading tool, valuable time is saved and threads are quickly repaired.
- Construction – Here also, time is of the essence. Projects have estimated completion times, and project managers can keep on schedule by using a threading tool to repair internal and external threads.
- Car repair – No longer is a broken tread the reason for completely replacing a tire. Using the Nes Internal threading device, it’s possible to actually enter below the area that has suffered the damage and work outward, completing the repair and negating the need for costly alternatives.
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