The Technology That’ll Change How You Look at Cordless Power Tools
The FLEXVOLT™ battery’s ability to automatically change between two voltages gives users a serious advantage when it comes to efficiency. It’s the battery that not only powers, but improves the runtime** of DeWalt 20V MAX* tools, so you don’t have to invest in a whole new system. When the new FLEXVOLT™ 20V/60V MAX* battery is inserted into a 20V MAX* tool, the battery automatically changes into Parallel mode. In parallel mode, the revolutionary FLEXVOLT™ 15-cell battery can deliver up to 4X the runtime** to your current 20V MAX* tools. In this mode, three sets of five cells each are connected in parallel to give you 20V MAX* and 6.0 Ah for increased runtime.
**With FLEXVOLT™ battery when used with DEWALT 20V MAX* tools.
Tanner with the help from DeWalt, has compiled a list of compatible 20V MAX* tools that will work with the new FLEXVOLT™ 20V/60V MAX* batteries.
Worlds First Battery that Automatically Changes Voltages when You Change Tools
Tanner & DEWALT Bring You Next Level Power with FLEXVOLT™
DEWALT has revolutionized the modern battery to bring you the FLEXVOLT™ battery system. The revolutionary FLEXVOLT™ battery system brings you the future of power with cordless tools unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. With a highly innovative voltage-changing battery and a lineup of groundbreaking 60V MAX* and 120V MAX* tools to match, FLEXVOLT™ tools have the power that will change the way work gets done. FLEXVOLT™ gives you the power of corded with the freedom of cordless. The full line of FLEXVOLT™ batteries and tools will be available soon for pre-order at Tanner, call us at 800-456-2658 for more information.
20V & 60V Capabilities in One Battery
The FLEXVOLT™ battery is backwards compatible with all DEWALT 20V MAX* tools so you get up to 4x the runtime**. The FLEXVOLT™ battery is the only battery that automatically changes voltages when you change tools, so you can slide the battery into a whole new lineup of 60V MAX* and 120V MAX* tools from DEWALT. Support 3 tool platforms all with one battery! Check out Tanner’s list of compatible DEWALT 20V MAX* tools here.
Go From a Corded to a Fully Cordless Jobsite with FLEXVOLT™
Tanner with the help from DEWALT and FLEXVOLT™ want to make working on the jobsite easier and more convenient than ever. The FLEXVOLT™ battery’s ability to automatically change between two voltages gives users a serious advantage when it comes to efficiency. It’s the battery that not only powers, but improves the runtime** of DEWALT 20V MAX* tools, so you don’t have to invest in a whole new system. It’s the battery that brings the power of corded to a new lineup of 60V MAX* and 120V MAX* DEWALT tools so you can finally work on a fully cordless jobsite. This revolutionary battery will change the way things get done. Improve jobsite productivity with your own set of FLEXVOLT™ tools, available for pre-order soon at Tanner, call us at 800-456-2658 for more information.
**With FLEXVOLT™ 60V MAX* battery when used with DEWALT 20V MAX* tools
DEWALT FLEXVOLT™ Cordless Power Tools & Accessories Offered at Tanner
20V / 60V MAX* FLEXVOLT Battery – 6.0 Amp Hours of Capacity in 20V Max* Tools
60V MAX* Cordless Circular Saw – Up to 339 Cuts Per Charge
Circular Saw Blades
60V MAX* Cordless VSR Stud & Joist Drill – Up to 138 Holes Per Charge
60V MAX* Cordless Table Saw – Up to 302 Linear Feet Per Charge
Table Saw Blades
60V MAX* Cordless Reciprocating Saw – Up to 158 Cuts Per Charge
Reciprocating Saw Blades
60V MAX* Cordless Grinder – Up to 126 Cuts Per Charge
120V MAX* Cordless / Corded Miter Saw – Up to 289 Cuts Per Charge
To be the best at what you do, the difference is in the details. Some of those details are personal, like customer service and accurate estimates; some are skills, like certification, experience and knowledge; and some are the components you use to complete a job, like silicon carbide grinding wheels and specialty fasteners. It’s not uncommon to hear someone from an older generation to say, “They don’t make things like they used to.” While that is an accurate statement, it is equally accurate (with some items) to say, “No. They’re made better now.”
Technological advancements have occurred in industries outside of the Internet, computers, and smartphones. There have also been advances in tools and hardware for those whose work requires them to be away from a desk.
From a hammer to a nail gun and from a screwdriver to a drill, power tools revolutionized the construction industry. When those tools could be used without being attached to an extension cord, it was that much better. Imagine the frustration of having a custom made piece of steel that was just a hair too long. Before, it would have to be taken back to the shop for grinding, but now construction sites have grinding wheels on hand to shave pieces to perfection and to smooth rough, welded edges after steel pieces are joined. Those small details save time and improve job quality.
When nails were not enough in some instances, somebody came up with the idea to add ridges and make screws. Now fasteners come in all shapes and sizes, each having a different purpose. Security screws keep untrained individuals from tampering with panels or equipment they shouldn’t be, keeping them safe and ensuring that only a qualified worker has access with tools not found at the local hardware store. Wood screws are different than concrete screws, which are different than regular bolts. All fasten, but all do so in different ways. Those details provide a safer product and/or a more lasting hold.
Fastening systems could easily be considered a revolution of their own. There was a time when nobody had to think about how to hang a television on the wall securely or what it would take to keep solar panels on the roof in all kinds of weather conditions. As technology advances, so does the need for specialty hardware. In the case of solar fastening systems, there is a delicate balance between ensuring that a panel stays affixed to a roof during a major wind event and enabling the panel to easily be removed for cleaning or repair without compromising the hold. Additionally, the panels need to be placed at a specific angle on the roof for maximum efficiency. Fastening systems are precise pieces of hardware, and that precision is a detail that makes a difference.
Customers may never know the differences available among various pieces of hardware, and they may not concern themselves with the science behind screws, but they know when a job lasts, and they appreciate quality work.
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