We’ve been talking to the contractors today
about Dottie’s proGrabit. The ProGrabit will help the contractor remove any damaged screws
that are embedded in the wall or in metal products. It has two ends: one end will be
the cutting end and in reverse it will make a conical-shaped hole in the screw that’s
stripped. The other side will mate its own threads going in – in reverse – and once it
bites in and meets those threads it will connect to the screw and will remove it out of the
embedded base material. Also we’re showing our 15-in-1 Shaftlok tool.
Our Shaftlok tool incorporates a locking device unlike our other 15-in-1 tools which utilizes
the spring loaded ball bearing to hold the tip in place, this actually connects to the
tip and without releasing it, the bit will stay in place.
Now we’ve incorporated extensions to go with this tool. If you need to reach something
just slightly out of reach or above or below or inside a panel, you can also lock in place
your shafts. The 15-in-1 Shaftlok tool incorporates seven
double-ended tips – flat, Phillips, tork and square drive. One tool does basically 14 different