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Get it Bent Right with the Bend-All

Few things in life are more satisfying than working with your hands. When you complete a project, from the installation of wire and piping to framing, drywall, and other construction work, there’s a sense of pride that comes from knowing it was all done by your hand. However, in the process of working in these trades, many people sacrifice the safety and overall healthy condition of their hands.

Just because you work with your hands doesn’t mean you have to bust your knuckles to get the job done. When you need to work in confined spaces, the job becomes tougher and more stressful. With the Bend-All from Rack-A-Tiers, you can take the physical stress out of the job. Bend cables with ease from now on using this simple attachment to your standard ratchet.

Make Bending Great Again with the Bend-All

There’s nothing worse than trying to thread a needle through a tight space. Well, almost nothing anyway. If you’ve ever had to bend cable in tight spaces while wiring, you know just how taxing it can be. You’ll beat up your knuckles and drive yourself crazy working in such small confines. That’s why we offer the Bend-All at Rack-A-Tiers.

With the Bend-All, you can quickly and safely bend cables. Made from machined aircraft aluminum, the cable bender is the perfect combination of strength and durability. Best of all, it’s easy to use. The Bend-All attaches to the end of any ½” ratchet and does the hard work inside tight spaces for you.

The Bend-All captures wires in its grip for you, so you don’t have to shove your fingers into small places. You can bend the wire right inside those enclosed spaces. Bend to the left and right. Bend to the front or back. You have flexibility to do it all and complete any job with ease using the Bend-All. Feeder cables fit snuggly between the lugs, and with a simple twist you’ve bent the cable to your will!

Does Machined Aircraft Aluminum Matter?

No metal alloy is more popular right now than those constructed from aluminum alloys. If you’re a fan of Ford trucks, you’ve undoubtedly heard them boasting of the strong, lightweight durability of the “military grade” aluminum used in the body of F150s produced since 2015. What does it mean to use machined aircraft aluminum? And does it matter to you with the Bend-All?

Aluminum on its own is a relatively useless metal in engineering, construction, and other processes. However, aluminum is a common metal used in alloy metal combinations for industrial and non-industrial applications. There are 9 common aluminum alloy combinations, and each serves a particular purpose.

When aircraft aluminum is mentioned, it’s a reference to Alloy 2014, Alloy 2024, Alloy 5052, Alloy 6061, and/or Alloy 7075. Alloy 2014 is a copper based alloy with extremely high strength and excellent machining capabilities, and is commonly used in aerospace structural applications because it is corrosion resistant. Alloy 2024 is the most common high-strength aluminum alloy. You get the best combination of high strength and excellent fatigue resistance, along with a good strength-to-weight ratio.

In the end, machined aircraft aluminum matters in the production of the Bend-All for three reasons. One, it’s stronger than most steel used in the production of most other tools. Two, it is highly resistant to corrosion, so you’ll have it your toolbox forever. Three, it’s considerably lighter, so you won’t wear out just using it!

Get Your Bend-All Today

As always, our goal at Rack-A-Tiers is to help tradespeople get jobs done safer, faster, and easier. Your job is tough enough as it is. Finding the right tools to help you out shouldn’t make things tougher! The Bend-All is a simple tool that fulfills a vital job. Cables and dense wires need bending. When that need meets a small space, it’s a bear on your knuckles. Get a Bend-All, attach it to your ratchet, and get the job done faster!

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