Three workshop newcomers
British company Toolstream Ltd is bringing not one but three new precision-crafted power tools from the successful Triton brand to LIGNA 2017 in Hannover - a 1200 W belt sander, a tilting table spindle sander and a 750 W pendulum action jigsaw.8 May 2017
The name Triton has been synonymous with precision ever since the first workstation was launched in 1976, and this precision will remain the focal point when designing each and every future Triton tool in Australia. For many years now, the Triton brand has been providing reliable tools for high-precision, high-quality work - from its award-winning plunge routers and circular saws with laser guide to its widely acclaimed SuperJaws clamping systems and its Series 2000 Workcentres. At LIGNA 2017, the three new Triton products - belt sander, spindle sander and pendulum action jigsaw - will be on show at the stand of British company Toolstream Ltd, which is well known as the sole distributor of over 5000 hand and power tools, fixings and adhesives to retailers and wholesalers throughout Europe. Other Toolstream brands besides Triton include Silverline, GMC, Fixman, Task, Bench Dog, Magswitch, Kreg, Elmers and Krazy Glue.
Featuring a powerful 1200 W motor (10 A) with variable speed control for fast stock removal, a 100 x 156 mm sanding area and belt-tracking adjustment for accurate alignment of the sanding belt, Triton's new belt sander aims to impress at LIGNA. The oscillating tilting table spindle sander is making its debut in Hannover, complete with a dual-action spindle that rotates and oscillates vertically for fast sanding and an improved work rate. The 0 - 45° tilting table makes for easy chamfering and edge work, while a long-life 350 W induction motor with sealed zero-maintenance bearings ensures a secure investment. Last but not least, the third innovation - the pendulum action jigsaw - boasts a powerful 750 W motor with three-stage pendulum action for outstanding cutting performance. Thanks to dual-axis grips, the tool can be held with both vertical pressure and horizontal direction control. Maintaining a constant speed under load ensures optimized motor control, even when subjected to high loads.
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