Screw Extractor & Drill Bit Sets

What is a Screw Extractor?
A screw extractor is a tool for removing broken, damaged or seized screws. They can be driven manually using adjustable spanners or vice grip pliers or by using a hand held power tool.
Screw extractors
Why use a Screw Extractor?

Screws can break, rust or become stripped and need to be replaced. This brings any work or project to a halt.
The easiest way to remove the screws before replacing with a new one, is to use a specialist tool such as a screw extractor.
The screw extractors are similar to a screw but have a reversed thread.

How to remove a screw using a screw extractor

• Always select a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the screw you want to remove.
• Attach to the drill
• Line the drill bit up with the centre of the screw
• Work slowly to drill a hole for the extractor
• Place the spiral end of the extractor into the hole you have drilled.
• Twist the extractor anti clockwise until you cannot turn it anymore
• Twist the extractor with a wrench or drill. Grip the top of the screw extractor with a wrench. Twist it anti clockwise until the screw comes free.
• If using a drill, attach the free end of the extractor to the drill, set to rotate in reverse and turn it on to turn the screw anti clockwise.
• Remove the screw using pliers.

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RS Stock No. 710-8959
Mfr. Part No.1418s
M10 → M17 15 Vanadium Stud Extractor: 3.2; 4.8; 6.4; 8; 8.7; Bush: A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; K