Socket inserts will not damage soft metals, powder-coated materials

Publish Date: 
Apr 11, 2013

KENOSHA, Wis. - If your service tech can avoid damaging a single decorative component or fastener by using one of Snap-on's new Non-Marring Metric Socket Inserts, the inserts will pay for themselves. So say the folks at Snap-on which today introduced the six-piece insert kit (Product No. PSCM600).

"Our new non-marring metric socket inserts are exclusive to Snap-on," said Bryan Hantke, product manager. "They are the type of tools that technicians will see and instantly know they have a need. Most service techs will see an immediate improvement in performance and productivity" when using the new socket inserts, he added.

The inserts are made of tough, glass-reinforced nylon but will not damage soft metals, plated fasteners or powder-coated surfaces, according to the company. The set covers the most popular metric sizes, and inserts are marked for easy identification. They're supplied on a metal storage ring for organizational purposes.

Posted by Mary Slepicka