Nut Setters

Nut Driving Bit Setters, or Nutsetters, are available in a number of different types. nHowever, they all serve the same purpose: to tighten a nut onto a screw or threaded stud. Hex Nutsetters, in the style of a regular hexagonal socket, are the most common form, but can tend to burr the corners of the nuts. Lobular nutsetters drive fasteners on the sides of the nutwithout putting pressure on the corners when turning. This reduces fastener corner stripping and damage. Impact and torsion nutsetters are designed to withstand the extreme torque delivered by modern cordless drills and impact drivers.


Common applications of Nut Setters are:

  • • Fabrication
Nut Setters Diameters

Nut Setters are available on the FCH Network with Imperial/US diameters that range from #1 to 6 and with Metric diameters that range from M3 to M12.

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Nut Setters Lengths

Nut Setters are available on the FCH Network with lengths that range from 1/4 to 12.

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Nut Setters Materials

Nut Setters are available on the FCH Network in materials that range from Steel to 300 Stainless (A1,A2, 18-8,304,310 etc.)

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Nut Setters Finishes

Nut Setters are available on the FCH Network in finishes or coatings that range from Plain to Chrome

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