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Tools, automobiles, safety 76 – ADVERT – 10 th – 12 th January Düsseldorf 2017 The Leading European Trade Show of the Promotional Product Industry Book your your yyour your your your ticket ticket ticket ticket ticket ticket now! As of right now registered PSI distributors can invite their customers to PSI 2017. www.psi-messe.com/tickets PSI Journal 11/2016 www.psi-network.de Strong performance The 155-piece tool box from Lehoff should delight the heart of any tradesman. Everything is optimally sorted and thus ready to hand in two smoothrunning drawers and a lockable lid compartment in a sturdy steel box. With the convenient carrying handle, the tool box can be taken anywhere. The contents include all standard tools, but also useful things such as wall plugs, screws and tape. The box is manufactured by the company Brüder Mannesmann. rt GmbH /odywzt (GmbH & Co.) • Tel +49 2173 99 meterex@meterex.com • www.meterex.com https://www.psiproductfinder.de/yzqyzd Folding rules that stick According to the manufacturer meterex, the craftmeter is “probably the longest pocket magnet in the world”. At the top of the folding rule is a magnet made of neodymium, the world’s strongest magnetic material. With a holding force of up to 500 grams, screws, nails, tools or keys can be easily and safely retrieved from pits, engines, machines, etc. The benchmark of the premium class has a smooth wear-resistant suspension as well as a locking mechanism at 90 degrees. This enables right angles to be marked quickly and accurately. Thanks to angle scaling on both second links, roof or stair inclinations can also be determined. With this variety of functions, the folding rule is a multifunctional device and a “must have” for tradesmen, technicians and handymen.

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