If you work on nuts and bolts that are rusted or jammed, it takes massive effort to remove one by one with an ordinary wrench or socket. Now, with the Damaged nut splitter tool, you can save your sweat and effort! It is particularly designed to remove damaged or corroded nuts without damaging the bolt thread by simply splitting it with its extra sharp cutting tip. It can work on even the toughest nuts and bolts! Get it now to work on projects effortlessly!
Specifications: Material: Alloy Steel 4pcs/set packing box size: 250 X 165 X 60mm/9.84 X 6.5 X 2.36" Applicable: Break Rusty Nut Splitter Size Table: Size Full Length Application Scope Hole Diameter 1 80mm/3.15" 9-12mm/0.35-0.47" 12mm/0.47" 2 102mm/4.02" 12-16mm/0.47-0.63" 14mm/0.55" 3 130mm/5.12" 16-22mm/0.63-0.87" 18mm/0.71" 4 150mm/5.91" 22-27mm/0.87-1.06" 21mm/0.83"
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Wood splitting Facts
Wood splitting (riving, cleaving) is an ancient technique used in carpentry to make lumber for making wooden objects, some basket weaving, and to make firewood. Unlike wood sawing, the wood is split along the grain using tools such as a hammer and wedges, splitting maul, cleaving axe, side knife, or froe.
In woodworking carpenters use a wooden siding which gets its name, clapboard,from originally being split from logs—the sound of the plank against the log being a clap. This is used in clapboard architecture and for wainscoting. Coopers use oak clapboards to make barrel staves.Split-rail fences are made with split wood.
Log splitting is the act of splitting firewood from logs that have been pre-cut into sections (rounds, bolts, billets). This can be done by hand, using an axe or maul, or by using a mechanical log splitter. When splitting a log by hand, it is best to aim for the cracks (called checks), if there are any visible.Some types of wood are harder to split than others, including extremely hard woods, as well as types like gum which an axe will often bounce off of, and cherry, which is typically so twisted it's near impossible to get a clean split, and elm. Any type of wood, being thick or tall, having large knots or twisted grain can make it difficult to split. In some cases, it is easiest to aim for the edges and split the log into multiple pieces. Batoning is splitting small pieces of wood for kindling or other purposes sometimes with a batoning chisel, a special chisel with one sharp side used for splitting.