MAX USA Corp. recently launched its new large jaw cordless rebar tying tool, the TwinTier RB611T.
This exciting new rebar tying tool is the world’s only battery powered rebar tying tool with the ability to tie #9 x #10 rebar.
Powered by MAX proprietary TwinTier technology, the RB611T is faster and delivers even greater efficiency and labor saving than previous rebar tying tool models. TwinTier technology includes special attributes including its faster tying speed, which further increases productivity, a reduction in wire consumption, which further increases cost savings for end-users, and a wire tie that is shorter in height requiring less concrete to fully cover it.
The TwinTier simultaneously shoots two 19ga. wires around rebar intersections wrapping once to form a tie equivalent to the strength of a hand snap tie.
The TwinTier uses TW1061T series tie wire which is available in black, poly coated, electro. galvanized, stainless and Buy America steel options. The 4.0 amp li-ion battery, which powers the tool, will complete about 4,000 ties before needing to be recharged.
The TwinTier RB611T’s large jaw allows users to tie #5 x #5 up to #9 x #10 rebar (varying by rebar manufacturer). Its enclosed design offers greater protection against debris and moisture entering the tool.
Like other MAX rebar tying tools, the simple operation of the TwinTier helps reduce muscular skeletal injuries, when compared to hand tying. Published NIOSH report (HEATA #2003-0146-2976) and the Canadian Safety Association of Ontario Final Report (WSIB Grant #01023) both support these statements. MAX created the world’s first cordless rebar tying tool and the release of the RB611T marks a 27-year history of manufacturing and innovating cordless rebar tying tools. The MAX TwinTier is available through concrete and rental dealers in North and South America.
MAX USA CORP. is headquartered in Plainview, NY, and is owned by MAX CO., LTD., which is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. MAX is recognized as a market leader in the quality manufacturing of tools for over 75 years. MAX has several divisions employing more than 2,000 people worldwide, including 200 R&D engineers.