Metabo cordless drills and Metabo hammer drills are used commonly in woodworking, metalworking, construction, and do-it-yourself projects. Metabo cordless drills are used for maintenance and repair for boring holes, but can be used for sanding, screw driving, grinding, and even mixing paint by using accessories and attachments. They can have different size motors for different strengths and speeds. Some are single or multi-speed, and can have a reverse function for removing screws. Drill bits must be chosen for the size and the material of the item being drilled. Metabo hammer drills are rotary drills with a hammering action. They can break up and loosen material to allow for easier drilling. They are frequently used and very effective for drilling holes in masonry, stone, concrete, and brick.
There are important safety tips to be aware of when using Metabo drills. Do not use the drills in a wet location, and always wear safety glasses. Never wear loose clothing that could get caught in a drill which could cause serious injury. Do not carry a drill with fingers on the trigger, and keep others away from the workspace while drilling. It is safer and easier to clamp or vise the item being drilled so that both hands are free for operating. Pay attention to keep away from live electrical wires when drilling walls or floors to avoid damage or electrical shock. Drill bits are hot after use, so do not touch them. Charge Metabo cordless drills only on the charging system they came with to avoid damage to the charger or battery.
There are many companies provides industrial supplies and construction equipment to a variety of vendors. They have a large selection of products, and are committed to exceptional customer service. These companies also supply Metabo cordless drills and Metabo hammer drills. You can find a list of industrial suppliers on the internet today!
Metabo cordless drills and Metabo hammer drills, which are both available on industrial supply catalog of Northstatehc.com.
North State Supply was founded in 1950 by Mr. Kelly Gwin located in Flushing, NY. Our focus, from the beginning, was servicing construction companies and their job sites in a manner above and beyond the industry standard. In the years following, North State expanded and established itself as an industry leader, providing pipeline construction equipment, agricultural supply, industrial and construction supplies, utility, mining, gas drilling and distribution, agricultural, power plant construction and maintenance, to a variety of contractors throughout the Eastern United States.
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