Professionals and those who would like to do some hobbies with the use of the right tools. The right tool may be a circular saw power tool. It might be easy to search for various brands and models that are available but finding the right brand can be a bit hard. The CS5 and the CS10 both made by Bosch are considered to be a couple of the best power saws in the market right now but between the two, which one should people choose? This article will compare the two saws to help people make the right choice. CS5 Bosch
OSHA has proposed regulations that would raise standards of exposure for airborne crystalline silica, also known as silica dust. As Lauren Hunter of Hanley Wood wrote, "OSHA's proposed rule would reduce the current permissible exposure limit (PEL) from 100 μg/m3 (micrograms per cubic meter) to 50 μg/m3. Reminiscent of the Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting rule, projects that would exceed the new silica dust limits limit would require the use of special tools, respirators, or other remedial measures."
When it comes to studs, instead of automatically buying wood, consider metal. According to the Steel Framing Alliance, more than 40 percent of commercial structures are now built with steel framing and nearly 500,000 homes have been built with steel framing over the past decade. The best tool for fasteners in working with metal studs is an impact driver.
Designed for the tougher diy or renovating applications. The 15 amp motor allows for faster rip cuts as well as cross cuts. It cordless design makes it easy to use in places where an electrical outlet is not readily available or where dangling wires would pose a safety threat, The Bosch CS5 120 can easily cut through 2-by dimensional lumber making it a versatile tool for all wood applications.
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You’ll find a circular saw in nearly every Pros arsenal. Corded models offer nearly infinite power as long as electricity is hooked up or there’s a generator nearby. And with most models offering a 15-amp motor, you get reliably solid power. Even the DIY models can make an effective cut with decent speed using an excellent blade. Around the country, these benefits make Pros keep choosing the cord over cordless convenience. Plus, corded tools don’t force you to stick with one brand’s battery platform – you can get the best tool in each class no matter who makes it.