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Stand-up operation is easy on the back!

Stand-up operation is easy on the back!

The FDVL41 Speed Driver is the tool that stands on its own with the capability do all screw jobs asked of it. It is an industrial strength tool for the discerning contractor, and is a one-piece system with no awkward attachments. It requires no pre-drilling of wood, and users will reap tremendous labour savings on every job. Each coil contains 150 screws, and the tool comes with a one-year warranty. Recommended applications are: • Sub Floor • Underlayment • Decking &...
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One-stop shop opens for business

One-stop shop opens for business

Fasteners Direct recently opened for business in Mt Eden, Auckland. The company offers a wide range of fasteners and adhesives to the construction industry and is, in the words of owner Andrew Benton, “a convenient one-stop shop”. Mr Benton consciously positioned Fasteners Direct to cater for the quality-conscious end of the market. “All our products are trusted New Zealand brands or brands well known, proven and supported here — products that can cope with our harsh ...
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The power of corded without the cord

The power of corded without the cord

DeWalt is bringing unprecedented power and precision to the professional construction site with the release of its new 36V cordless power tool platform. The range is designed to give contractors the performance of a corded tool without the restriction of a power cord, making it the ideal choice for the worksite. “The 36V range is about providing a tool that is as practical as it is powerful,” according to DeWalt brand manager Paul Carter. “The tools are lightweight, easy t...
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