WALTON 12684 Size, 4 Flute Flute Tap Extractor Finger
|No. of Flutes||4 Flute|
|Type||Tap Extra Fingers|
|Country of Origin||UNITED STATES OF AMERICA|
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- Provides an efficient way of correcting/removing broken taps without injury to the thread.
- Walton Tap Extractors let you remove broken taps without drilling, lasers, damaged threads, scrapped parts, or repair inserts.
- Value for money and prevents you from damaging the workpiece.
- You will be able to handle most of your extractions from a single set of tap extractors consisting of 5 or more sizes.
- With neatness derived from its use, the output has a professional look.
3 Simple Steps:
- 1. Thoroughly remove all chips of the broken tap. Insert the extractor fingers into the flute of the broken tap, pushing them gently but firmly into position.
- 2. Push the holder down until it touches the broken tap. Slide the sleeve down until it touches the work (both are important.)
- 3. Apply a tap wrench to the square end of the holder. Twist forward and backward a few times to loosen, then back out the broken tap.
- Tap extractors made from hardened steel "fingers" are known for high hardness and anti-corrosion, could be used for quite a long period.
- Tap extractors come in varying sizes and different flute patterns.
- Two flute tap extractors available to pull tap size 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch.
- Three flute & four flute designs are also available to pull tap size 1/8 inch to 1-1/2 inches.
- Square shank allows holding the tool firmly.
- Supplied in a plastic case.