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Most orthopedic operations involve a screw or peg to be placed into the bone to keep the fragments attached or to keep the bones in place to allow for fusion. Countersinking is performed to indicate that the straight head screws are flush to the work material. The countersink creates a conical hole that fits the angle of the screw such that, when the screw is completely threaded, the head lies relatively flat below the ground. GerMedUSA championed the workable alternative for all surgeons around the world. With the help of experts, we produced this exclusive equipment. This instrument can be used to bring monitoring and accessibility during the process. The instrument is all fine, durable, and sharp. That's why after disinfection, they can be used again.