Building and construction tools and machines include hand tools and power tools used in the building and construction industry.
Tool accessories include abrasive attachments, drill bits, cutting blades and other consumables pertaining to the building and construction industry.
Chutes are assemblies that are used for the quick evacuation of materials from an elevated work location. They use gravity to guide the flow of materials into a bin.
Cutoff machines or chop saws are power saws that use abrasive blades to cut hard materials such as metal, concrete and tile.
Demolition hammers are power tools that are used in the removal of hardened materials such as rock, concrete, and asphalt. An internal mechanism repeatedly strikes a chisel to deface the substrate.
Grounding indicators are used to monitor and verify the presence of grounding systems.
Drills are hand-held tools with rotating drill bits used to fabricate holes in multiple materials. They are widely used in construction, carpentry, metalworking, assembly, and maintenance.
Hand tools are manually-operated tools that fit in the hand.
Inspection and measurement tools include dimensional gages and video inspection tools used in the building and construction industry.
Ladders are devices that workers use to step up or gain access to elevated surfaces.
Metal files, rasps and rifflers have serrated cutting surfaces for rounding off sharp edges, removing burrs, blending parting lines, cleaning, surface preparation, and other part surface finishing applications.
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.
Oxy-fuel cutting and welding equipment melt an areas with an arc and then use a high-velocity, high-temperature, ionized gas to make cuts.
Pipe and hose pressing tools are used to apply a large, circumferential compressive force to quickly create liquid-tight connections in metal and plastic fluid-handling systems.
Pipe and tube cutters are hand-held tools or machines that use a rotating cutting wheel, blade, or other tool head to separate a long piece of tubular material into two or more parts.
Planing tools are used for surfacing planing on flat surfaces and gear teeth.
Power saws are common saws that would be used in small shops and by contractors that can be powered by electricity, gas, or air. Power saws include chain saws, handheld circular saws, miter or chop saws, reciprocating saws, and table saws.
Power tools include a wide range of devices for fabrication, assembly, construction, and repair. They are usually motor-driven.
Sharpening stones are used for sharpening edges and honing internal or external surfaces. They are generally stones or bonded abrasive product with a rectangular block or shaped stick configuration.
Soldering irons, stations and accessories bond two or more metallic surfaces together with a low melting alloy solder such as tin/lead or Sn/Cu/Ni/Ge alloys, which is melted, wets the surface and resolidifies forming a soldered joint.
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.
Tool kits contain different types and sizes of tools, often in a convenient carrying case.
Torque multipliers are tools that accept input torque and increase it via gear reduction. This creates a mechanical advantage for turning hard-to-torque assemblies.
Tube and Pipe Bending Machines are used to bend or coil metal pipe or tubing to a desired radius.
Welders and welding machines include all manner of devices used for welding, brazing and soldering.
Work lights are portable luminaires that provide illumination to dark and dim work zones.