BTB BATTERY POWERED E-TOOL

BTB AUTO GLASS AND AUTO BODY

The BTB battery-powered E-Tool is a specialized reciprocal-stroke power tool designed to remove safely all automotive glass and components installed with urethane adhesive. The BTB system is also designed to prevent damage to glass or the vehicle. The BTB system incorporates a unique internal and external cutout method, reaching adhesive below dashboards, and when you are making external cuts, powered cold knife blades replace the manual method. The designers’ aim was to reduce the risk of operator injury by avoiding the need for human force to be exerted. The tool can also safely remove body side mouldings and other components bonded with flexible adhesives, such as urethane or double-sided tape. The tool complies with HSE and CE standards with very low levels of noise and vibration.

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