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Construction sites are dangerous places so anything that you can do to reduce the chance of injury can be helpful to workers and save you increased worker compensation costs. If you are pouring reinforced concrete, you need to tie rebar to form a secure lattice structure prior to the pouring. While iron workers generally tie the rebar by hand using pliers, such repetitive motion can create disability in the hands from carpal tunnel syndrome. In addition, if the rebar lattice is horizontal, the worker can develop back problems from hunching over. You will find a number of products on these pages that will keep iron workers safer on the construction site.
To reduce the chance of carpal tunnel syndrome, you may want to purchase one of the Max rebar tiers. This battery-powered, handheld power tool will tie rebar five times faster than a worker doing so manually. The result is higher productivity and less injury.
If you buy a Max rebar tier, you need additional Max rebar tier batteries and Max rebar tier chargers. Though the lithium-ion batteries in the tools can perform up to 2000 ties without a charge, eventually your tool will need either a charged battery or you will need some downtime while the tier battery charges. To maximize productivity, it pays to keep extra batteries on site so that, while a spent battery is sitting in the charger, you can continue to work.
Another available product that is a back saver is the Max rebar tier extension bar. You can attach this appliance to your handheld cordless rebar tier and tie off rebar from a standing position. There are two versions of the Max rebar extension bar so that you can fit different models.
Finally, you will find tie wire and a Max holster to match your power tier. Tie wire is available in galvanized, poly-coated and regular black annealed steel wire versions, and in a variety of quantities.
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