Extraction, removal, and insertion tools are instruments used in the construction and engineering industries for the removal, insertion, and extraction of industrial components. These tools can range from hand-operated wrenches and screwdrivers to larger, specialized machines. Hand tools are used for precision work and for basic assembly and repair tasks, while more powerful machines are capable of extracting, removing, and inserting components from large, heavy-duty machines. Extraction, removal, and insertion tools can be manual or electric, depending on the type of material being worked with and the task at hand. Manual tools offer more control for delicate parts and are less likely to cause damage to delicate components, while electric tools are often more powerful and faster.