Because the automotive industry is so big, there are different kinds of automotive hand tools used.
These tools are all used for fixing different issues and broken parts on automobiles like cars, motorbikes and scooters, buses, trucks even trains and locomotives.
As long as we have cars on the road there will be a need for mechanics and automotive tools to fix cars.
There is also the industry of using the tools, spanners and sockets to assemble customized replacement parts, to repair and assemble different automotive parts when restoring older cars or refurbish them. Automotive enthusiasts buy top quality spanners and socket sets and have a vast inventory in their workshop.
Here is a basic list of tools an automotive workshop might have:
* -Socket sets
* -Spanner sets
* -Air tools
* -Air fasteners
* -Air compressors
* -Impact guns
* -Lubrication equipment
* -Punches and Drifts.
Large Automotive Hand applications
Automotive hand tools include a very wide range of wrenches, spanners and sockets. These vary from small sizes for scooters and some cars to large sized wrenches and hammers for use on such vehicles as trains and trucks. Because these vehicles are so much bigger, heavier equipment is needed and these tools are described as heavy duty and are twice the size or ordinary implements. Power and hydraulic equipment is commonly used when hand power is not sufficient.
Most people know that unfortunately vehicles are in constant need of servicing, repairs and maintenance. Its the fuel systems, petrol and diesel engines, complex electrical system, independent suspension systems, steering and brake systems that present problems to fix and repair on a periodic basis. Mechanics schedule this maintenance on your cars and utilise their tool kits to fix all the common problems that arise.
Hand Tools are extremely important and have a very large market to cater for. They are commonplace in any auto outlet and home hardware shop. The hand tools are becoming lighter and easier with every design. Be sure though -The quality is directly related to price and you really get what you pay for.
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