HIGH IMPEDANCE VOLTMETER: Describes a voltmeter with high opposition to the flow of electrical current.
HYDRAULIC JACK: Describes a powerful hydraulically driven device used to lift a vehicle by applying upward pressure.
HYDRAULIC LIFT: Describes a powerful device found in a commercial workshop used to raise a vehicle high off the ground so that a mechanic can examine and carry out repairs on the underside of the vehicle in comfort and security.
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE PUMP: Describes a pump that generates oil under pressure to operate power-assisted steering or braking systems.
HYDRAULIC WEDGE: Describes a form of hydraulic jack whose ends have been designed in such a way that they can more readily reach behind dented double panels press them back into shape
INFRARED RADIANT DRIER: Describes an infrared lamp used to accelerate drying of large areas of fresh paint.
JACK: Describes a pneumatic device used to raise a vehicle off the ground to facilitate underbody repairs.
JACK STAND: Describes a safety device designed to prevent a vehicle from falling if the lifting jack develops a fault during underbody repairs.
LEVELLER: Describes a component used in continuous sheet galvanizing through which steel strips are stretched and levelled.
MINI TUBE CUTTER: Describes a compact tube cutter used for cutting thin steel tubing in areas where space is limited.
METAL CUTTER: Describes a bench tool used for cutting sheet metal.
MILLING CUTTER: Describes a rotating, toothed cutter in a milling machine used to cut metal.
MUSHROOM-SHAPED DOLLY: Describes a dolly used in panel beating with a shank fitted, allowing it to be either handheld or clamped in a vice; whose rounded head may be fitted to either of the shank ends.
OIL COOLER: Describes an appliance similar in appearance to a small radiator used to cool off the engine oil or automatic transmission fluid.
PAINT BOOTH: Describes an enclosed area where coats of paint are applied, usually by spraying.
PANEL PULLER: Describes a tool with a slide hammer used to pull dented doors, fenders and other items produced in sheet metal panels back into place.
SHRINKING DOLLY: Describes a special dolly with a large crowned grid surface used in the process of panel shrinking.
SHRINKING HAMMER: Describes a special hammer with multi faces shaped to correct locally stretched sheet metal.
SLIDE HAMMER: Describes a long round shaft with an attached hammer weight that slides along its length. The force generated by quickly moving the weight towards the end of the shaft is used to release stubborn and tight parts.
SPOTLIGHT: Describes an auxiliary light used to shine a powerful, narrow beam of light.
TRIPOD JACK: Describes a type of hydraulic jack used to raise a vehicle to enable underbody repairs.
TROLLEY JACK: Describes a semi-heavy hydraulic jack with swivel wheels used to raise a vehicle to enable underbody repairs.
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