Impact Socket sets are used for a variety of purposes and are used in a variety of industries around the world. They are used for tightening bolts, making adjustments to threaded fasteners, securing and removing nuts and bolts and for general hardening and deformation of metal and sheet materials. The sockets may be made of different types of materials depending on their application. For example, they can be made of steel, bronze, iron or even brass depending on the industry where they will be used. This article intends to provide you with a brief insight into the world of Impact Sockets so that you can determine what type of socket set you require for your particular applications.
The Fastener is divided into six categories based on how closely they resemble regular nuts and bolts. The first three groups are classified according to the way they are used. The six-point socket is the most common and widely used fastener while six-sided sockets are used for lighter duty bolts and fasteners and six-point sockets are used in industries requiring stronger fasteners and nuts. The last two groups, eight-way nuts and hex nuts, are slightly more difficult than the six-point nuts and bolts and are not as widely used.
The design features of the socket set will depend on the specific industry in which they are used. In this regard, the design features of the best impact socket set for each industry will vary. However, the basic design features are similar in all industries, including electrical, automotive, plumbing, automotive repair and manufacturing and fastener applications. The number of holes and the thread pattern and diameter of the sockets are also dependent on the industry. The basic design features of impact socket sets include but are not limited to: