WÜRTH BIT HOLDERS: FOR QUICK AND EASY SCREWING
The advantage of a bit holder is widely recognized by professionals: having a variety of adjustable screws close at hand. Whether in the workshop or at the customer's premises, the bit holder provides ease of use. The bit holder can be used as an adapter and thus easily transform a drill into a screwdriver. In addition, when screwing the bit holder securely holds the bit of the screw, offering real ease of application when the screw must be placed flush or in inclined places.
WHAT TOOLS IS A BIT HOLDER USED WITH?
Cordless screwdrivers, cordless drills, impact drills, and hammer drills typically feature a quick-acting chuck or magnetic hex socket that can be fitted with a bit holder. These two drives, the chuck and the hex socket, are compatible with all ¼ bits for the various screw drives.
With the hex socket that is typically found on cordless screwdrivers, it can happen that the bit falls off the recording while working. A bit holder with magnetic sleeve and snap ring holds the bit firmly and allows for quick and easy bit change.
If a magnetic bit holder is not suitable due to the presence of metal parts, Würth offers non-magnetic bit holders with snap ring.