Item #: 580557 | Model #: 318-14
General® Tools Drill Gage, 1/16-1/2-inch
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General® Tools Drill Gage, 1/16-1/2-inch

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Product Details
  • Measuring range: 1/16-1/2 inches
  • Length: 6 1/2-inch
  • Width: 2 1/2-inch
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General® Tools Drill Gage, 1/16-1/2-inch
Product Description
General® Tools Drill Gage, Quickly and conveniently identify the sizes of stray drill bits in your workshop.

General® Tools Drill gage has a measuring range of 1/16" - 1/2" and is made of steel for added durability. Gage is used for quick/convenient identification of drill bit sizes and decimal equivalents/hole sizes are permanently etched on the face.

  • Measuring range: 1/16-1/2 inches
  • Length: 6 1/2-inch
  • Width: 2 1/2-inch
  • Material: Steel
  • General® drill gages are used to quickly and conveniently identify drill bit sizes
  • Made of heat-treated heavy gage steel, machined and ground to close tolerances
  • Hole sizes and decimal equivalents are permanently marked on the face
  • No. 14 conform to government specifications GG-G-86B
  • Quickly and conveniently identifies drill bit sizes
  • Scissor style
  • Application: Removing surgical skin staples
  • Easily removes staples in the same direction they were implanted
  • Making removal simple with little pain
  • Fast and easy removal saves time
  • For removing surgical skin staples
  • Designed to provide fast and easy removal of all brands of surgical skin staples
  • Versatile; reliable and cost-effective wound closure tool
  • Adverse Reactions : Wound dehiscence, allergic response in patients with known sensitivities to metal contained in 316L Stainless steel, enhanced bacterial infectivity
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