6 Tools And Products For Your Industrial Business

Commercial businesses sell tangible goods such as airplanes, vehicles, roofing materials, and more. Their price usually depends on their quality. Industrial businesses work differently. Instead of selling the final product, an industrial business supplies other companies with the goods necessary for production, such as raw materials, manufacturing parts, etc.

What makes a commercial business unique is their take on innovation, but when it comes to industrial businesses, the company that supplies the highest-quality materials at the fastest rate will stand out while others are left behind.

Unfortunately, production isn’t a joke, and it’s difficult to improve your current production efficiency unless you adopt new technologies for your industrial business. If that’s what you’re looking for, then the following industrial tools and products may help:


1. Bench Scales

Bench scales, also known as benchtop scales, are small scales that can usually fit on top of workbenches or workstations, hence the name. Due to its size, industrial bench scales are often more accurate when weighing small objects. Some bench scales may include a remote display wherein you can see the weight and other information from far away.

Their size comes in handy since most industrial goods are relatively small, while you can use the remote displays to monitor the weight of objects even during production or development.

Bench scales can come in separate products or as a package with assembly stations, which is yet another excellent tool for an industrial business.

2. Assembly Station

The creation of watches and other crafts consists of countless individual steps. This process is often done by hand and requires the individual to be somewhat skilled with their hands. These types of individuals are rare, but assembly stations aren’t.

Assembly stations have one job—to create craftsmanship products with semi-automated processes. This means while there are still steps done by hand, workers no longer have to handle tasks requiring high levels of precision. Simply put, assembly stations can reduce the time spent on each product and minimize human error.

Assembly stations may also serve as a workstation for workers as it pretty much contains everything they need, such as a monitor, scales, retaining rings, and drawers where they can store small gizmos.

3. Torque Screwdriver

Screwdrivers have always been a must-have in any production-based business, as most of the apparatus you’ll see today contains at least one screw. Much like any other tool, screwdrivers have evolved from being just the plain old piece of metal in a rubber handle.

Torque screwdrivers have the same function as regular screwdrivers, but with a twist—it allows the user to control the force applied to the screw, making sure it doesn’t exert too little or too much pressure. This can be handy when dealing with fragile packages where excessive tightening can often lead to unforeseen damages.

4. Diode Lasers

A semiconductor laser is a relatively prominent technology in almost every industry. It can be used for optical processes, telecommunications, and even medical treatment. However, a recent innovation on this technology has slowly taken the industrial sector by storm—diode lasers.

A diode laser is a type of laser technology that has a relatively high power but is more energy efficient. But that’s not the only reason why it’s becoming a hit in the industrial sector. Diode lasers are also compact, making it possible to integrate this technology into existing machinery. They also have long lifetimes, making them maintenance-free and highly reliable.

Simply put, if your industrial business deals with machinery, diode lasers can be an excellent tool, whether it’s for joining or welding components.

5. Inkjet Labelers

If a wire has no label, workers can potentially cut or unplug the wrong cables and wires, which can be extremely dangerous in most cases.


Wire marking is the process of putting labels or marks in things like cables, transformers, fuses, etc. This practice is essential to any industrial business as it can potentially save lives. Although there have been many wire marking tools in the past, inkjet labelers are the way to go since ink can withstand scratches and lasts for a very long time.

6. Cutting Plotters

Prototyping is a fundamental process among businesses, especially in large-scale projects. It’s where you create a visual representation of the product, which allows you to investigate all of its aspects. In some cases, you can spot flaws or problems within the product and fix those issues, saving you the money and time you would’ve spent for mass production.

While there may be different ways to create prototypes, if you’re looking for an affordable yet effective tool, a cutting plotter is your best bet.

Wrapping Up

While it’s true that these tools and products can be great additions to your business, you have to remember that these devices are also hazardous. On that note, it might be a good idea to conduct equipment training before adding these industrial tools to the workplace.

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