Chrislynn is a Giant in the Helical Insert business.We stock large sizes of inserts and kits!  1 1/8-8 all the way to 3 1/2-8 and M26 x 1.5 to M48 x 3!              Kits contain a high speed steel STI tap, a combination installation/tang break-off tool and several standard length/free running inserts.  

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Inch and metric bits, in two and six inch lengths, are available in a variety of sets covering sizes from 5/32″ to 5/8″ and 4mm to 17mm. ProHold® Socket bits are half the cost of traditional socket bits because the tool user can simply insert them into their existing six point sockets. Bondhus’ ProHold® Socket

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Garland’s 15367 plastic mallet with 36″ handle is used to knock off ice buildup on vessels such as the RV Knoff, a Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute research vessel as well as docks, piers and shipping locks. A real danger of working at sea in winter conditions is freezing water spray. Given sufficiently cold temperatures, the

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New from Mayhew! All steel construction • Unique, curved rocker design rolls on joist for easy board removal Removes boards without causing damage to the joist Removes deck boards with less damage so they can be re-used Removes nails and left behind screws with ease • 44″ long for maximum leverage Foam handle grip for

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On August 14, 2013, Bondhus Corporation acquired the Hex Pro™ line of products and is now shipping Hex Pro™ Pivot Head tools directly to distributors from its’ facility in Monticello, MN.

By DIANE BRONCACCIO and CHRIS CURTIS  (Recorder Staff) Monday, March 3, 2014 (Published in print: Tuesday, March 4, 2014) TURNERS FALLS — After buying a neighboring factory and land in the Turners Falls Airport Industrial Park this winter, Mayhew Steel Products has purchased Basque Plastics, a Leominster-based plastics injection molder that will make components for Mayhew Tools. John

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Bondhus Corporation is once again working with a NASA contractor on a tool for a critical repair in space. In 2005, astronauts used a Bondhus Stubby tool on a repair to the International Space Station. Now Bondhus ProHold tip tools are being tested for a repair mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.

Bondhus Corp. recently designed a tool for use by the US Marine Corps. The Bondhus design team worked closely with the Marines to develop a tool to be used with their new M39 rifles. In the past, troops had to improvise tools to do this work, which often resulted in damage to the weapon.The Marine Corps’

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