Power tools and accessories manufacturer, FEIN, will be showcasing its new KBE 32 metal core drill, new additions to its beveller range and its MKAS 355 metal chop saw at MACH 2022.
Exhibiting at the event, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham from 4-8 April, the manufacturer will also be displaying a number of other tools from its vast portfolio of products for metalworkers including, multiple standard frequency grinders, its CCG cordless angle grinder range and several tools from its Accutec precision cordless screwdriver range.
Andy Mills, managing director, FEIN UK, said: “We’re excited to be at MACH’s first show in four years and to be unveiling our commitment to supporting metalworkers. At FEIN, we pride ourselves on our application-based approach and providing trusted consultancy to our customers, which ultimately enables them to source the best solution for the job.
“Research we conducted last year revealed many metalworkers are using tools that aren’t fit-for-purpose, which is having a detrimental impact on health and safety, efficiency and productivity. For this reason, our ethos centres on matching people with the right tools for the right applications and we’re excited to share more details on exactly how we do this, while showcasing our commitment to innovation with the various new tools we’ll be exhibiting.”
FEIN’s new KBE 32 metal core drill features 1200-watt high-power motor for reliable drilling up to 32 mm. The KBE 32 combines a weight of 10.8 kg with 1200-watt, offering an effective power-to-weight ratio with high magnetic holding force.
Integrated with FEIN technology, coupled with tried and tested milling heads, the manufacturer’s beveller range provides superior precision, as well as enhanced health and safety at work by producing swarf as a waste product. Unlike the dust produced with angle grinders, this falls onto the ground and doesn't circulate in the air. New booster technology deployed in FEIN’s KFH 17-15 beveller also delivers 30–80% more cutting with significantly reduced vibrations.
The new MKAS 355 metal chop saw is now available across the UK and delivers precise rapid results when cutting metals both in the workshop or on-site. The cold cutting process means the material isn’t as heated, resulting in no metal dust extract to ensure maximum safety for end users. The saw also includes a powerful 1800-watt motor with soft start technology, alongside an ergonomic handle design to combine comfort, safety and power.
Mills added: “We have several pioneering new tools we’re excited to unveil. From those operating across automotive, general fabrication or machinery manufacturing, to those in offshore/shipbuilding, rail, steel production or sheet metal industries, our vast portfolio covers a wide range of tasks and several different performance classes.”
“Our team of experts on the stand will be able to offer personalised advice to help provide solutions to any challenges attendees across the metalworking sector may be facing, with the current tools they have access to. To find out more, drop by the exhibit hall at MACH, stand 6-572 in the welding zone.”