Screwdrivers – tighten screws in no time!
A simple flick of the wrist and the screw is already firmly in its thread. Screwdrivers are one of the most important hand tools of all. And not only for professional use, but also in a home workshop, for the house, in the office…
Which screwdriver fits which screw?
Our screwdrivers or holders for use with bits fit a wide variety of screws. Phillips head and flat head screwdrivers are the most important all rounders. Slotted screws (SL) are almost as common as Phillips head screws (PH) or Pozidriv cross head screws (PZ).
In addition, you can purchase specialist screwdrivers for square socket and hexagon socket screws, and industry specific screw profiles such as Torx. For optimum transmission of force and a firm fit, the following applies: screwdriver and screw must fit together like slot and key. Logical.
What is the advantage of a set of screwdrivers?
A set of screwdrivers ensures you are prepared for every screw and every task. In addition, your hand does not have to get used to a new handle or a different material when you change tools. This ergonomic detail guarantees a consistent transmission of force, and helps prevent tools being gripped with a poor hand position. This not only helps avoid joint pain, but also valuable working time!
In addition, a set of screwdrivers has advantages in terms of costs and availability. Many of our sets are available in high quality foam displays or storage solutions that you can store directly in tool trolleys.
Which screwdrivers must a set contain to be able to complete standard jobs?
A practical mix of cross head and slotted screwdrivers is ideal for many jobs. It is important that your set features different blade lengths and profile sizes – regardless of which screw it is needed for.
XL blades allow you to reach recessed bolt connections. The mini versions are ergonomic to hold in your hand and allow quick work in easily accessible spots. We will be happy to help you make the right choice – please ask us.