Cushion-Grip Spring Tools
Klein Tools’ Cushion-Grip spring tools are used for installing and removing springs for electrical and automotive applications. They have two shank sizes: 4-inch (Cat. No. ST4) and 6-inch (Cat. No. ST6). The tools are helpful for reaching into tight spaces to hook, attach, or release springs. The spring tool allows the user to grab the spring with the unique C-shaped end, which holds the spring more securely than other tools and without damaging the spring. For more information call (800) 553-4676 or visit www.kleintools.com.
The Keystone Group offers the FlareAlert, a 360-degree electronic safety flare visible from both the ground and the air. It operates off two AA alkaline batteries; approximately six hours on steady-on mode and 20 hours on flash mode. Features include a built-in magnetic base, crush and weather-resistant casing, skid-resistant feet, and a lightweight compact design. For more information visit www.flarealert.com or call (888) 652-6164.
Air-Powered Abrasive Belt Machine
Dynabrade’s Dynafile II air-powered abrasive belt machine features a grinding head that pivots 360 degrees, for getting into hard-to-reach areas. It features a 20,000-rpm direct-drive air motor which powers abrasive belts 1/4-inch to 3/4-inch x 18 inches long. The ergonomically designed motor handle has a 7-degree pitch to help prevent wrist and arm fatigue. For more information call (800) 828-7333 or visit www.dynabrade.com.
Nitrogen Gas Generators
The Nitrosource nitrogen generators, the second generation units from Parker Balston, offer a unique modular design that provides for low cost added output capacity. The product is designed to expand from front to back which allows for easy transportability through standard size doorways. Modules can be added to the main unit in the event additional output capacity is required in the future. In addition all models come standard with prefilters, carbon tower, membrane filter, and a built-in oxygen monitor. For more information call (800) 343-4048.
LED Task Light
Alert Stamping & Manufacturing introduces its new line of state-of-the-art Pro-Lite Electronix LED task lights. This unique line of work lights incorporates sleek, innovative design, with ease of use and functionality, truly representing the future in portable work lights. The 5050-60L features a retractable cord reel with an on/off switch built into the handle and multi-adjustable hanging hook. The high-intensity, energy-efficient LED light source stays cool in use and lamps have an average life of 100,000 hours. For product information call (800) 400-5020 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pull-On Work Boot Red Wing Shoe Company offers the 2231 11-inch Pull-On Boot. Featuring full grain leather, oil-resistant/slip-resistant mini lug super sole, and Supersole welt construction, the 2231 offers strength, stability, protection, and comfort needed for tough work sites. Safety features include ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75 ratings; steel toe protection, excellent resistance to oil/gas, chemical, and traction ratings that provide maximum foot protection at the time when it’s needed most. For more information visit .
Modular Flex Head Torch Package
To increase flexibility on all-position TIG welding applications, while also minimizing the need for additional torches, Weldcraft introduces its SF-225 Modular Flex Head Torch Package. Designed primarily for shop use on water-cooled operations, the SF-225 allows welding operators to customize a single torch into multiple configurations for welding various applications and angles. Standard with WP-9 and WP-17 Series 70-degree heads (9-70 and 1726), power cable, water and gas hoses and handle, the SF-225 can be configured into seven different torch styles. Optional torch heads include the 9-90, 9P, 24, 1726P and 24-90. For more information, call (800) 752-7620 or visit www.weldcraft.com.
To improve performance on precision applications, Weldcraft offers its MT-125, the compact water-cooled micro TIG welding torch. It is ideal for TIG welders who work on limited access joints or who...