Lackmond Products Introduces the Beast and B+BTec

Lackmond Products
May 05, 2017
By Lackmond Products
May 5, 2017 - . Lackmond Products, a supplier of diamond tools, carbide tools and equipment recently entered into a joint venture with BB+Tec, a European manufacturer in the drilling and fastening market since 1969, to market and sell their core drills and rigs, core bits, rail saws and manual tile cutters in North America.  The new equipment will be marketed under the under the Beast and B+BTec brands.

Lackmond’s new Beast/B+BTec Core Drills, Rigs and Bits are manufactured in Europe and made with the highest quality raw materials utilizing the most advanced manufacturing technology. The BCR130/5BG is a hand held core drill with a back-grip making it ideal for drilling vertical holes. The BCR130/5MG is a hand held core drill with a mid-grip which provides the operator comfort when drilling horizontal holes. The BCR300/12 is a mast mounted core drill rig and is excellent for drilling conduit holes. All Beast/B+BTec core drills are extremely powerful and loaded with countless features including an LED Motor Overload Protection System.

Cliff Sallis, CEO of Lackmond Products, Inc., said, “We are very excited about our new joint venture with B+BTec. Their history of manufacturing the highest quality products combined with Lackmond’s operations and distribution model will allow us to provide our customers with the highest quality core drills rigs and the best service possible.”

For more information, visit www.lackmond.com or call 1-800-850-2044.




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