Industrial threading toolholders are specialized equipment that are used in manufacturing. They are designed to handle large, heavy screws and bolts. They are also equipped with special jaws that help to grip the screw or bolt securely. This is important because it prevents the screw or bolt from slipping during the manufacturing process.
Industrial threading toolholders are common in manufacturing and construction settings. They are used to hold various types of threads, including M8, M10, and M12. The most common injury is an arm or hand entrapment. When the worker’s arms or hands get trapped between (entrapment) the workpiece and the toolholder, it can lead to serious injuries. This type of injury is often caused by improper use of the toolholder or incorrect installation.
If you have been injured by a threading toolholder, it is important to contact an attorney. A skilled lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries and can help you figure out what happened and what steps you need to take to protect your rights.