The Science Behind Your Favorite Power Tools

Posted on October 2, 2017

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For centuries, construction workers and product assemblers had to rely on hand tools and their personal strength to do plenty of hard work. With the advent of small motors and unlimited electricity, all that hard work became the job of power tools instead of the workers. If you rely on power tools to do your job or complete your favorite crafting projects at home, learn a little more about how they work and what features to look for when shopping for new models.

Dual Rebar Bender and Cutter

Are you ready to put the versatility of rebar to good use? Whether you’re interested in reinforcing a foundation or have a smaller project, you need heavy duty benders and cutters. The toughness of the steel rod makes it hard to do either of these tasks without the right power tools. To save space in your work truck or shop, invest in a tool that does both at once.

These models include long handles that create plenty of leverage on the cutting or bending point, reducing your efforts and reserving your energy for other work. Adjustable rollers allow you to make both tight and open bends without swapping equipment. Look for equipment that accepts replacement cutting heads too so you don’t have to buy a new rebar cutter every time you wear it out. While some large units are heavy enough to anchor themselves, it’s easier to invest in a smaller portable unit that anchors on a wood board instead.

While there are many different options for power tools out there, it is often difficult to find the right one for you and your project. Contact our team at BN Products to learn about the line of power tool products we carry and how they can make your projects easier!