Introducing the Drywall Power Sander has proven to greatly increase productivity, provide a solution for consistent quality results, and enhance safety for many trades.
Bringing you over 30 years of industry knowledge, advice,
tips and tricks for the professional drywaller, plasterer and
wall and ceiling installer in Australia and New Zealand
No matter the construction site you may be on, it is more than likely you will see someone using the incorrect power tool to mix materials. More often than not, battery or corded hand drills fitted with mixing rods are used. While this may be adequate for DIY requirements or smaller quantities, typical building materials of higher viscosity and or larger mixing levels should only be mixed with a speciality power mixer.
Lighting is a crucial component in the construction industry as it allows work to be completed on sites that do not have lighting already installed. If you are thinking of purchasing a new work light or replacing the current ones you use, we have compiled some reasons why you should choose LED over the traditional standard bulb lights.
Dust, sawdust, silica dust and everything in-between. There isn’t anywhere you can’t find dust when working on a job site or in your own warehouse/workshop. Thankfully dust extractors can deal with the dust from the onset before it even gets a chance to disperse into the air, over your tools, bench-top, floor and every nook and crevasse it can find.
With the current world climate focusing on wearing masks and everyone being concerned about certain particles floating in the air. The construction industry is still moving forward at full pace. With that, power tools are still used daily, and dust is collecting on the ground or window sills. Should dust be piling up, though? No, dust, especially around the construction space, isn’t just dust.
There are various ways to back-block plasterboard joints, and most are time consuming and awkward. However, there is a faster, stronger, and cheaper way with Buttx®