In our Shop Equipment / Hand Tools collection, we offer very common equipment that you will find in every manufacturing facility, including the following...
Air Sanders, Grinders, Impact Wrenches & Ratchets: These are pneumatic tools that are commonly used in machine shops for surface preparation, grinding, and polishing of various materials. Air sanders typically use sandpaper or other abrasive materials to remove surface imperfections, while air grinders use grinding wheels to shape and remove material. Both types of tools are powered by compressed air and can vary in size and shape depending on the specific application.
Hammers: Hammers are essential tools in machine shops and come in a variety of types and sizes. They are used for tasks such as shaping metal, driving pins or nails, and breaking up materials. The most common types of hammers used in machine shops include ball-peen hammers, sledgehammers, dead blow hammers, and mallets.
Allen Wrenches: Allen wrenches, also known as hex keys or hex wrenches, are small hand tools that are used to tighten and loosen hexagonal screws and bolts. They are typically L-shaped with one end containing a hexagonal socket and the other end a handle for leverage. Allen wrenches come in various sizes to fit different types of hexagonal fasteners.