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A number of construction tools are featured here, whilst not as numerous a selection as those found in the drills or saws section for example, the tools are nonetheless key to a range of construction applications.
- Disc cutters are predominantly used by construction workers for cutting brickwork, breeze block, pavement stone & slabs, they can also be used for heavy duty metal cutting. The more popular versions are petrol powered however mains versions are available.
- Dustless disc cutters are predominantly used by construction workers for cutting brickwork, breeze block, pavement stone & slabs, they can also be used for heavy duty metal cutting. Unlike other disc cutters, they have a dustbag attached.
- Concrete planers use a rotating grinding wheel to level & smooth concrete, stone & masonry. They use a segmented grinding head for coarse work or continuous rim for finishing work.
- Mortar raking kits are used for the removal of mortar from between brick courses.
- Wall chasers are predominantly used by electricians & plumbers to channel out a groove in brick & concrete walls for the installation of electical cables & pipes.
- Stone polishers are used by stone masons for wet stone polishing.
- Stud cutters are used for cutting metal stud frames and can also be used to cut threaded rods such as used when mounting pipe work.
- Wet tile saws are are used by tilers, kitchen fitters & general builders to cut ceramic tiles.
- Glass & tile cutters are are used by tilers, kitchen fitters & general builders to cut ceramic tiles & glass.
- Vibrating pokers are used to vibrate out air from freshley poured concrete, the air is in the form of bubbles which have trapped in concrete during mixing.
- Paddle mixers, also known as stirrers, are used by plasterers and decorators to to mix plaster, mortar & paint.
- Grease guns are often used by engineers & mechanics. The pump in the grease gun makes the application of the lubricant easier than using a manual grease gun.
- Post hole borers are used by landscapers & those working in a larger agricultural environment to create holes in soil. This is typically for posts, such as those used in fencing or decking.
- Generators are used where no mains power is available
- Air compressors are often used in workshops that use pneumatic tools
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