Building and construction tools and machines include hand tools and power tools used in the building and construction industry.
Air Compressors (1,178 suppliers)
Air compressors are machines that compress air to higher than atmospheric pressures for delivery to pneumatic or robotic tools, industrial equipment, or direct-use applications.
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Hammers (154 suppliers)
Hammers are simple, usually hand-held tools intended to deliver impact force to an object using a non-rotary force. They can be powered or manually-driven.
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Hand Saws (150 suppliers)
Hand saws are hand-held tools, either powered or manually-driven, that are designed to cut through softer materials. They accomplish cutting using a hard, serrated blade, or by using a wire with an abrasive edge.
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Hand Tools (1,997 suppliers)
Hand tools are manually-operated tools that fit in the hand.
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Levels (214 suppliers)
Levels are mechanical or electronic tools that measure the inclination of a surface relative to the earth's surface. Levels vary from simple mechanical devices to complex electronic sensors that digitally readout angular level values.
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Nailers (22 suppliers)
Nailers, also referred to as nail guns, are tools used to drive nails and brads into wood, concrete and other materials. Nailers are usually electrically or pneumatically powered, however some applications, such as flooring installation, use manually powered nailers.
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Pliers (201 suppliers)
Pliers (plyers) are handheld, manually-powered hand tools, often employing serrated jaws, designed for holding, cutting, bending, or manipulation of tough or difficult materials such as wire, sheet metal, or fine machine components.
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Pneumatic Tools (237 suppliers)
Pneumatic tools are powered by the flow and pressure of a compressed gas. Typically, these handheld power tools use compressed air or compressed carbon dioxide that is stored in small canisters for portability.
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Power Tools (979 suppliers)
Power tools include a wide range of devices for fabrication, assembly, construction, and repair. They are usually motor-driven.
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Screwdrivers (electric and pneumatic) (170 suppliers)
Industrial screwdrivers and screwfeeders are automated tools that are used to turn screws while providing close control of screw torque. They can be electric or pneumatic and may include features such as torque feedback and controlled stopping.
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Screwdrivers (hand tool) (224 suppliers)
Screwdrivers, also known as turn screws, are hand-held, manually-powered simple implements designed for insertion and tightening of screws.
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Staplers (34 suppliers)
Staplers are handheld tools used to drive staples. Staplers can be divided into two main categories; those used in desk or office applications for joining sheets of paper, and those used in construction applications to drive staples into wood or masonry.
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Workbenches and Workstations (Industrial) (699 suppliers)
Industrial workbenches and industrial workstations are locations where personnel perform work. Products range from economy workbenches to cleanroom and electronic assembly benches.
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Wrenches (354 suppliers)
Wrenches, also known as spanners, are hand-held tools designed to provide a mechanical advantage in applying torque for turning bolts, nuts, and other wrench-friendly objects.
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