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Chicago Pneumatic Workshop Equipment Line

Chicago Pneumatic has launched a new line of workshop equipment for the professional automotive and heavy fleet maintenance industries. Expanding on an already diverse tool and compressor line, these essential vehicle shop components are designed with high quality and durability.

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Chicago Pneumatic has launched a new line of workshop equipment for the professional automotive and heavy fleet maintenance industries. Expanding on an already diverse tool and compressor line, these essential vehicle shop components are designed with the high quality and durability expected from Chicago Pneumatic. The introduction of this new range means Chicago Pneumatic is now a single source supplier to the vehicle service aftermarket offering professionals quality workshop equipment.

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The new line of workshop equipment includes reliable jack stands, bottle and floor jacks, air-hydraulic jacks and presses, torque wrenches and other accessories. All equipment is fully certified and meets the standards of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Users can be assured the equipment they are using adheres to safety standards developed for operational safety in the workplace.

“With the development of our workshop equipment range, users can now rely on Chicago Pneumatic to provide them with everything they need in the vehicle service aftermarket. We can provide solutions from the start to finish of all vehicle maintenance,” says Luis Clement, Vice President Chicago Pneumatic Tools. “The advanced ergonomic and design features of this new workshop equipment range can increase productivity while providing a safer work environment.”

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Safety in and around the workshop is paramount. The rugged steel and iron construction of the two, three, and six ton jack stands provide solid support and are fitted with footers which provide greater stability when used on surfaces other than concrete. Bottle, floor, and air-hydraulic jack models provide lifting capabilities up to 50 tons and feature a low profile design for greater flexibility and easy manoeuvring. Fifteen to 50 ton workshop presses feature a precise two stroke system, include eight quick chuck punches, adjustable safety cage and are designed for stability, versatility, and a higher return on investment.

For more information: http://www.cp.com

 

 

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