More Info on Nutsetters
A nutsetter is a tool used to provide fast and easy screw and nut installation or removal. These tools provide a reliable grip on metal screws and other hex head fasteners and, when combined with a drill or power tool, they can quickly tighten or loosen them by turning. Find the right type of nutsetter at HomElectrical for your applications.
- Lobular Design- drives in the fasteners by focusing on the sides instead of pressuring the corners to install. A lobular nutsetter allows a gap at the corners in case of paint build up and it will keep the fasteners in good shape.
- Hex Design- this standard form uses the corners to drive in a fastener. Too much pressure on the fastener can cause corner stripping.
Many of our setters are designed with ¼ inch hex shanks to fit most power tools. We carry magnetic and non-magnetic.
- Magnetic nutsetters hold fasteners in place even when you are driving it straight down. It also provides easy nutrunning access in hard to reach places.
- Non-magnetic nutsetters are going to be more manual and won’t be as easy as a magnetic nutsetter when you are fastening.
These setters are made from durable materials such as steel and are available in many sizes ranging from 1/4-9/16 inch. Find the tool that is right for your application with HomElectrical's large selection and competitive prices.