Power Tools & Hardware: Heat, Noise Reduction and Speed

May 2, 2017

Workshops and worksites can be extremely loud and cold, and equipment that can reduce noise loads to protect hearing and reduce temperatures to protect tools is important to contractors and DIYers alike. New innovations in power tools can also reduce the time spent on jobs. The following products are prime examples.

California Air Tools. Compressors that qualify as low-noise units generally rate below 75 decibels. Anything above that range can contribute to hearing damage over long periods of use. The brushless and oil free California Air Tools motors not only reduce noise because of less vibration, they also use less electricity.
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THERMOSTEEL™ Heated Tool Storage Chests. Cold weather can take its toll on tools and supplies, but in November 2016, KNAACK introduced their new heated tool storage chests that are designed to plug in at the jobsite and heat to an internal temperature of 70 degrees, keeping tools warm enough to ward against damage during operation and keeping consumables like caulk and adhesives warm enough to maintain their pliability. View the Product Here >>

20V Switchdriver Cordless 2-in-1 Drill & Driver from WORX. This innovative cordless drill allows users to toggle between drill and driver by simply rotating the dual-chuck system, making switching between bits twice as fast.
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