Using the proper pair of shears for cutting metals, plastics and other materials helps ensure precise cuts with clean edges. These tools run on AC power for effortless work that saves lots of time over cutting by hand. Heavy-duty shears are primarily designed for cutting large radius curves and straight lines. These power tools work with various substances, ranging from foam rubber to corrugated metal to 18-gauge sheet metal to flooring materials.
When you choose a set of shears, look for features such as ergonomic grips to prevent strain as you work over long periods. The most lightweight model capable of cutting your projects reduces fatigue from carrying it. Thick or reinforced housings prevent damage from being dropped or bumping into things, which happens frequently on professional jobsites.
Every shear tool features a gauge, or thickness, of steel that it can effectively cut, with lower gauges being thicker and stronger. Make sure to check the material you plan to work with before you purchase a set of shears. If you're working with stainless steel, subtract two from the gauge number to determine if it's compatible with your chosen shears.
Electric shears are ideal to bring along to construction sites. They can cut high-gauge, thick-sheet metal cleanly. Their portable design makes them an excellent choice to work in tight areas, or where the metal that needs cutting is already fastened to the framework. Double-cut shears remove burrs and chips for a straight, professional-looking finish.
Choosing the appropriate heavy-duty shears for your material makes jobs such as assembling projects or laying flooring easier. Many models boast exceptional multi-year warranties to help you protect your investment for a long time. Browse our selection of high-quality shears to find the model that best suits your project requirements.
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