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The Universal External Chamfer Tool Bit

It isn’t often that an entirely new tool surfaces on the market. We see improvements on existing tools spring up all the time, whether it is legitimate or a just another gimmick.

The Uniburr is a deburring tool bit that quickly repairs damaged bolts to thread nuts in place once more, saving you time and money. It simplifies the repair process, minimising repair time, as well as bypassing the need to replace expensive or hard to find hardware while keeping safety at a previously unattainable level.

It is powered by a standard drill, and can be used in the field on all grades of steel, making it the most convenient and time saving tool to emerge for quite some time. No more meticulous hand filing, metal lathes or using dangerous grinders. If you deal in fasteners and you calculate the time spent repairing or replacing damaged bolts in a single year, you’ll find great value with the Uniburr.

Technicians at any tyre center are known to jump start the lug nut on a customer vehicle using the impact drill, as opposed to hand threading the lug nut, in an effort to reduce customer wait time. If that nut doesn’t thread properly, the impact drill will cross thread the nut, smashing the threads and causing further delays. Some tyre centers will replace the lug in house, while others will require the customer to drive their vehicle to an appointment with a auto mechanic to have the lug repaired. As tyre centers start using the Uniburr to quickly repair the damaged lug, they could potentially save themselves tens of thousands of dollars per store in a single year through bypassing the lug replacement process, or paying an auto mechanic and possibly losing a repeat customer.

While bolt repair is definitely a strong point of the Uniburr, we’re often finding new ways this tool can be put to use. Recently a company in the U.S. that builds display racks deburred a total of 13,000 half inch mild steel round stock using only 2 Uniburr Plus tools. This far exceeded our expectation that the job would have required 30 Uniburr Plus tools to complete.

Other industries that are putting the Uniburr to work:

  • Automotive

  • Construction

  • Electrical

  • Plumbing

  • Concrete

  • HVAC

  • Manufacturing

  • Fabrication

  • Carpentry

  • And More!

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