TAL launches a new range of knee pads and tile cutters

By Tal | 2017-01-18

Installing new tiles in the home represents a long-term investment in a significant asset, which not only enhances the aesthetic appeal, but also results in a quality, durable surface. However, the tools that are used can make or break the tile-installation experience.

It is therefore important to tackle any tiling project with the correct tools necessary to complete the job satisfactorily. This will ensure that the project goes more smoothly, and that the floor and/or wall tile installation will last that much longer.

TAL has launched new knee pads, in addition to a new range of tile ensure workers are both safe and comfortable.

Two types of knee pads are available from TAL, namely a version for the DIY market, branded Comfort knee pads, in addition to a more robust option for contractors.

The new knee pads are available in-store at leading tiling and hardware retailers.
The new range of tile cutters includes manual cutters for the DIY tiler, up to larger models for professional contractors. The Home Tiler’s Manual Tile Cutter is available in 500 mm and 600 mm versions. It features a simple score and snap-cutting action, with a dual chrome-plated, heavy-duty steel rail to ensure smooth scoring.

Larger models are available in a range of sizes to accommodate different size tiles. These are of a heavy-duty design and construction specifically for daily use on-site. Replacement tungsten carbide wheel kits are also available for both the Home Tiler’s and Contractor’s manual tile cutter ranges.

The Professional Contractor’s Heavy Duty Manual Tile Cutter is designed for effortless and accurate cutting of larger-format tiles. Features include a cutting head carriage with ball bearings for high-precision cutting, a balancing arm to support larger tiles during use, and a large graduated swivelling cutting guide. This version is available in 750 mm and 900 mm versions.

The Professional Contractor’s Tile Cutters from TAL are of a heavy-duty design and construction, specifically for daily use on-site.


   


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