FESTOOL - THE FIRST CHOICE FOR MANY CRAFTSMEN
Festool manufactures power tools for woodworking and other trades. Many people still know the manufacturer under its former name Festo.
Festool machines enjoy an outstanding reputation among professionals and private users alike. The reliability and high manufacturing quality of the products contribute to this reputation. In addition, the manufacturer is characterised by a very high level of innovation. Examples include the Domino dowel cutter or battery packs that communicate with the suction mobile via Bluetooth and start it automatically when the battery tool is switched on. Such new approaches, which often become industry standards, can be found in every sector of the range. The system concept and the 10-year spare parts guarantee round off a top-class manufacturer.
The Festool system
Another advantage of Festool tools has always been the coordination of the individual articles with the overall range. Today, more than ever, Festool offers a well thought-out and coherent system that meets all requirements: from electric machines to accessories, workshop equipment, Systainers, tools such as drills and bits and consumables.
Festool shop in sautershop
As an official Festool dealer, we offer almost the complete range of products from the manufacturer. A special focus is on the power tools for woodworking. However, you will also find multifunctional tables, workplace equipment and Systainers, which are often used by other trades. We would particularly like to highlight our range of Festool machines in the following sectors:
Drilling and screwing
Cordless screwdrivers and drills are among the most important power tools in almost every craft activity. Festool offers a wide range of cordless tools, so that there is a suitable cordless screwdriver or cordless drill for every conceivable task - right through to drywall screwdrivers for magazine-loaded drywall screws and powerful yet compact cordless hammer drills. The associated battery packs are available in different capacities. There are also quick chargers and mobile PowerStations so that longer jobs can be carried out far from the nearest power socket.
Sawing with semi-stationary saws
Festool always has the wishes and needs of its professional customers in mind when it comes to its machines. That is why, in addition to hand-held circular saws, semi-stationary saws are also included in the range. In the workshop, they are useful for certain special tasks (cross-cut and mitre saws) or complement the existing large stationary machines when it comes to the "quick cut in between". However, they show their particular strengths in mobile use on the construction site. Mitre saws and table saws as well as table pull saws are designed for quick and easy transport with full functionality and high precision.
Sawing with hand-held circular saws
Festo introduced the first electric circular saw to the German market as early as 1930 with the model SB 126. Its successors, today's hand-held circular saws from Festool, are characterised by ergonomic design, safe operation and high-precision work results. Both the circular hand saws and the plunge saws are available in different performance classes and battery versions. The range is rounded off by a versatile range of circular saw blades and other accessories, including guide rails - a now widely used tool that was developed at Festo over 40 years ago.
The hand router has revolutionised woodworking in recent decades. Many jobs that could previously only be done with a bench router or by hand with various planes can now be done quickly and easily with a router. In addition to routers in three different power classes (1010 watts, 1400 watts and 2200 watts) and a selection of useful accessories, Festool also offers various edge routers that are perfectly suited to their field of application.
Surface treatment is - not only in woodworking - the domain of power tools. Festool offers sanders of the most common types: Delta sanders, random orbital sanders, sliders and belt sanders. There are also battery-powered models and those that run on compressed air. The innovative edge sander also deserves attention, a special machine that quickly pays for itself when you need to carry out appropriate work.
Time and again, you will see the manufacturer's equally eye-catching mobile extractors and industrial vacuums on construction sites alongside Festool's unmistakable Systainers. Often in combination, as the Systainers can easily be connected with the vacuums to form a mobile unit. Extractors such as Systainers thus signal from afar how popular Festo products are with professionals. The suction cups are not only available in different performance classes, models for hazardous and flammable substances are also available. As always, Festool also offers a well thought-out system of accessories for the extractors.
If one can speak of a well thought-out system with Festool, then this is mainly due to the fact that the manufacturer does not regard accessories as an afterthought to the power tools, but always takes care to use them to expand the range of their possibilities and capabilities. Thus, you will not only find saw blades, routers, bits and drills as well as consumables in the Festool range, which are, after all, absolutely necessary for the operation of the machines. On the contrary, there are some areas where the variety of complementary accessories enables every user to put together his own system tailored precisely to his requirements. This applies, for example, to a large extent to the guide rails with their various stops, adapters and extensions as well as to the Systainers, which can be effortlessly put together to form individual storage and transport solutions and supplemented by power modules, multifunctional tables and suction mobiles.