Best Tools Of The Year!

16 Jan

Since lathe being oldest power tool till the prime source of water wheel and steam engine, the introduction of the electric motor in the 1880s has revolutionized the world of woodworking. Having wide range of experience in manufacturing, DeWalt, Bosch, Makita and Hitachi have brought technological advances and greater efficiency to the industry. These companies have re-invented and improvised the professional grade tools and accessories for residential construction, commercial construction, tradesman and Do-It-Yourself enthusiasts.  During the past decade, DeWalt has established itself as one of the leading manufacturers and Makita has also worked to build a steady position. On the other hand Bosch and Hitachi have introduced tools for jobs which had never been thought of.


Following are the best tools of the year:


Demolition Hammers

The job of breaking the concrete is dirty and dusty. The work is unpleasant enough for both the crew and the tools so we try to get it over with as quickly and as painlessly as possible. It can only be done by demolition hammer, it’s a tool that does only one job, but does it like nothing else can. It’s heavy enough to break up hard stuff but versatile and light enough to work in a variety of positions and locations.


Electric Drills

From basic household and backyard repairs to the largest construction projects, electric drills are one of the most essential power tools to own. Electric drills are designed for drilling metal and wood.  The lower wattage motor drills are perfect for drilling small holes with a chuck which will only accept drill bits up to 10mm diameter. The more powerful motored machines will cope with larger size holes with chuck size of13mm diameter. This type of drill is normally small and compact and more frequently used.


Angle Grinders

In case to cut tile, mortar and pavers; make quick work of rust and loose paint removal; sharpen blades and cut or grind steel. Then simply put on your safety spectacles and protective gloves, and you’re ready to go.  An angle grinder is a handheld power tool used for cutting, grinding, polishing and also ideal for cutting wall and floor tiles. It can be powered by an electric motor, petrol engine or compressed air.


Impact Wrenches

An impact wrench is a socket wrench power tool designed to deliver high torque for a wide range of fastening and loosening tasks. Impact wrenches are widely used in many industries, such as automotive repair, heavy equipment maintenance, product assembly, major construction projects, and any other instance where a high torque output is needed. Although using an impact wrench requires a certain degree of expertise, it certainly makes the job easier, by cutting down on the amount of work and time required to get the job done.


Masonry & Concrete Saws

If your job requires cutting through stone, asphalt, tile, brick, blocks, and concrete, then masonry & concrete saw will meet all the requirements. Most of these saws come with stands and blades included. It can be a small hand-held cut-off saw, a big walk-behind saw or other styles, and it may be powered by gasoline, hydraulic or pneumatic pressure, or electric motors.


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