How to Use a Cement Mixer Based on Project Needs

Posted on October 27, 2015

How to Use a Cement Mixer Based on Project Needs

When you’re working with small batches of cement-based products, you might think that all mixers are the same. You know how to use a cement mixer, but do you know how to utilize all the options out there? There are actually several different varieties available depending on what you’re trying to accomplish. In this post, Read more…

Move Up From Your Standard Aerosol Spray Can by Using a Paint Sprayer

Posted on October 14, 2015

Move Up From Your Standard Aerosol Spray Can by Using a Paint Sprayer

From cars to furniture, pneumatic spray guns are the industry standard in painting. Most of these guns are high volume – low pressure (HVLP). The HVLP means they run on small PSI (pounds per square inch) but require extensive CFM (cubic feet per minute) to operate properly.  This usually requires a huge compressor of at least 60 gallons Read more…

Pneumatic Products: PSI and CFM- How They Work for You

Posted on September 15, 2015

Pneumatic Products: PSI and CFM- How They Work for You

When buying and selling products such as pneumatic products and dealing with the concrete industry, it is best to understand some of the terms that are commonly used. While these definitions are not technically specific, these are common ways to understand them. Pounds per square inch (PSI) The easiest way to understand PSI is force. Read more…

Three Home & Garage DIY Projects for Your Pneumatic Air Sander

Posted on August 18, 2015

Three Home & Garage DIY Projects for Your Pneumatic Air Sander

A pneumatic air sander is powerful, reliable, and versatile. We have three great uses where a pneumatic air sander is a perfect tool for the project. Restoring a Classic Probably the most popular use of a dual action orbital air sander is refinishing classic cars or simply covering up a recent mishap. These sanders are Read more…

How to Use an Air Brad Nailer

Posted on July 28, 2015

How to Use an Air Brad Nailer

When it comes to flooring and other wood working jobs there are a few different tools that every handy man needs to be familiar with and an air brad nailer is just that. This type of pneumatic air nailer is always used as a method of finishing the work that has been done to give Read more…

The Benefits of Using an Air Impact Wrench

Posted on July 23, 2015

The Benefits of Using an Air Impact Wrench

An air impact wrench is one such tool that seems very practical, but you may be hesitant in purchasing one. Here are three ways that you can use an air impact wrench to make your at home jobs far easier, faster, and more enjoyable. When you are starting to think about an impact wrench, it Read more…

4 Ways to Properly Take Care of Nail Guns

Posted on July 21, 2015

4 Ways to Properly Take Care of Nail Guns

When it comes to tools, it is always handy to know just what needs to be done to keep the tool in proper working order and to keep you safe. One of the tools that is very important to know how to properly maintain is your nail gun. Aside from proper nail gun storage, here Read more…

What You Need To Know About Nail Guns

Posted on July 8, 2015

What You Need To Know About Nail Guns

For the experienced and hardworking contractor, a nailing gun is a must have tool. It makes short work of tedious tasks like framing, roofing, and trim work, but you have to use it properly for good results. Fill in the gaps of your knowledge about nail guns so you know when to invest in one Read more…

Showcase: Three Tools for Efficient Construction

Posted on June 25, 2015

Showcase: Three Tools for Efficient Construction

We’re excited to let you know that we have recently added an array of new tools to the BN Product family. We wanted to showcase a few of them below to not only show the diversity of the selection, but to also provide you with more tool ideas for your next construction project. AEROPRO RP17330 Read more…

How to Properly Sand Drywall

Posted on June 18, 2015

How to Properly Sand Drywall

Hanging drywall is the most popular and common way to finish an interior room today. It seems simple enough to mount the sheets of drywall and seal the seams with tape and joint compound, but even the smallest mistakes ruin the smooth look. Joint compound is irritatingly easy to smudge, dent, scoop and gouge while Read more…