Types of Construction Joints in Concrete

Posted on March 21, 2017

Types of Construction Joints in Concrete

Concrete is a hard and resilient material. It can withstand all kinds of weather conditions, is easy to maintain, and will last for a long time. This resilience makes it a great building material, which is why it’s used in most modern construction projects. Unfortunately, its strength can also be its weakness. Concrete can’t stretch Read more…

How to Choose a Pneumatic Nail Gun

Posted on March 10, 2017

How to Choose a Pneumatic Nail Gun

When you work on a construction or crafts project, you want to put in minimum effort and get the best results. Modern tools and techniques can help you finish your project faster and more efficiently. Manufacturers come up with new technology and tools regularly and as a contractor, you need to identify which tools are Read more…

Using the BNT-40 Automatic Rebar Tying Machine

Posted on February 28, 2017

Using the BNT-40 Automatic Rebar Tying Machine

Trying the rebar together can be a time-consuming and laborious job. Most contractors are forced to hand tie them individually after they’ve mounted the rebar structure. This can add several days to the project based on the size of the rebar installation. This task also causes a considerable amount of strain to the worker and Read more…

The Importance of Locating Rebar in Concrete

Posted on February 22, 2017

The Importance of Locating Rebar in Concrete

The concrete surface looks smooth and undisturbed but it can have damaging materials underneath that aren’t visible without special equipment. Before you try to drill into or cut concrete, you need to make sure that there’s nothing underneath that can damage your tools and destroy the blades. Unfortunately, few contractors take this precaution and are Read more…

How To Cut Rebar With The BNCE-20 Cutting Edge Saw

Posted on February 15, 2017

How To Cut Rebar With The BNCE-20 Cutting Edge Saw

Cutting and bending rebar is one of the most tiresome tasks for professional contractors on the job site. Most use a blowtorch to painstakingly remove excess material, which can be expensive and time-consuming. It can also be risky and cause accidents due to the high temperature of the rebar after it is cut. Learning how Read more…

How To Properly Operate the MBC-16B Manual Rebar Bender

Posted on January 31, 2017

How To Properly Operate the MBC-16B Manual Rebar Bender

Bending rebar with the proper techniques is an important part of making sure your rebar structural base is done correctly. If rebar is bent or cut improperly the safety of your construction site is at risk, leaving your structure unreliably reinforced. As a construction professional you want the safety of your project to be number Read more…

Clever Ways to Cut and Bend Rebar

Posted on January 8, 2017

Clever Ways to Cut and Bend Rebar

People have discovered and employed many methods when it comes to cutting and bending rebar. Reinforced steel bars are made to be durable, as they are used to provide a solid structure and support system for concrete buildings. That being said, you can’t expect to simply grab an ordinary set of snips to get the Read more…

All About The BNT-40 Rebar Tying Tool

Posted on December 10, 2016

All About The BNT-40 Rebar Tying Tool

When working on a new concrete project, deciding how you’re going to tie rebar is an important decision to make before you begin work. Even more important is choosing which rebar tying tool is right for your job. If you’re looking for a light-weight, portable, easy to use tool then the BNT-40 will be perfect Read more…

How to Bleed a Rebar Cutter

Posted on December 6, 2016

How to Bleed a Rebar Cutter

When you invest in a new rebar cutter, you’re making an investment into job progress and rebar cutter efficiency. When well cared for a proper rebar cutter will easily cut any rebar. There are certain steps that need to be taken to ensure your rebar cutter works reliably and lasts a long time. If your Read more…

How To Clear A Wire Feed Jam on the BNT-40

Posted on November 28, 2016

How To Clear A Wire Feed Jam on the BNT-40

The BNT-40 Automatic Rebar Tier automates your tying job with a lightweight tool that uses a powerful 14.4 volt, rapidly-charging lithium-ion battery. Each tie includes three turns and on average, you’ll get about 2,000 turns out of each battery charge, saving you a lot of time otherwise spent replacing and charging batteries. The pistol grip Read more…