kwmobile Cage Nut Insertion/Removal Tool - Cage Nut Tool for Installation and Extraction of Cage Nuts in 10 Inch and 19 Inch Network Cabinet Racks
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Unthreaded holes were the next popular hole type. They are simply round holes that require a clip nut adapter for any shelves and rails that require threaded screws. These didn’t last long after the adoption of square holes. The three most common types of cage nuts are: 10-32, 12-24 and M6. Each of these work with accordingly sized screws. If you’ve ever struggled with cage nuts, Charles provided a great review on our “new champion”. No more cuts on your hand. No more struggling with awkward angles of installation. It’s even got some comfy handles so that you can fill the world’s largest data center and never get tired. This is how installing cage nuts should work.
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The World’s Best Cage Nut Tool allows users to install and remove cage nuts faster than anything else out there. Try it. You'll agree it's simply the World's Best*. The Cage Nut is placed in the jaws of the tool which then squeezes the sides of the Cage Nut to allow the legs to be easily inserted into the hole.First, you will insert one edge of the clip into the square hole and then you will need to latch onto the other end with your tool. Square holes sparked innovation in tool-less kits. The shape of these holes made it easy to develop rapidly deploy-able rails because of their ability to latch. Because of the new shape, cage nuts were created to allow support for threaded bolts. The edges of cage nuts are designed to bend in and then release, securing the nut with its own tension. They can be installed two different ways depending on the use case.
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We present you with a new necessity: The World’s Best Cage Nut Tool. Designed to make your installation process as painless as possible, our cage nut tool allows you to insert and remove cage nut tools faster than even before. It’s as easy as squeeze, hook, and release! Cage nuts are built to latch into the square holes of a server, creating the ability for threaded screws to be inserted. They can be installed and removed by hand, but doing so can damage your hand. There are tools to make the process much easier.