30+ Building Construction Tools Checklist with Pictures and their Uses


This post (building structure tools listing) is composed with the intention to create it as a go-to choice for all those.

Sometimes we realize the device but don’t understand the name of these in English. Hopefully most of us face this at the very least inside our life once. The below checklist is really a collective effort.

If some equipment are known by you or have pictures that you imagine might be ideal for all of us, tell us in the comment area kindly. sso we can here add it.

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This list will undoubtedly be updated periodically (periodically)

Construction Tools List and their Uses

NAMEIMAGEUSES
HoeThis tool can be used to digging also to place concrete, cement mortar in head pan
Head PanHead PanThat one is used to move materials
Masonry trowelMasonry TrowelThis tool can be used to put cement mortar
Measurement TapeMeasurement TapeThat is used to measure
Plumb BobPlumb BobThis tool can be used to check on the vertical alignment of civil works
Wheel BarrowConstruction wheelbarrowThis tool can be used to move cement mortar or any materials. Sometimes in addition, it be used to gauge the quantites of materials for site level concrete mixing
Concrete MixerConcrete Mixer on siteThis tool can be used to thoroughly mix the concrete at site.
VibratorThis tool can be used to vibrate the concrete while pouring. For workability purpose, most of us add water to concrete. In order to avoid that we are employing vibrators. There are lots of types of vibrators
Rubber BootsConcrete work bootsThat one is used to avoid skin from chemical contact
Sand screening machineSand screening machineThis tool can be used to sieve sand at site.
GlovesRubber GlovesThat is used in order to avoid direct connection with dangerous tools, machines or even to avoid any direct chemical material contact
Safety Glasssafety glassUseful for safety purpose while drilling, hacking/roughening, grinding
Bump Cutter/ScreedWooden Bump CutterThis tool can be used to level fresh concrete surface especially in slab concrete
Wooden Float/wooden rendering floatWooden Rendering FloatsThis tool can be used to provide a smooth finish to the plastered area
ChiselChiselThis tool can be used to eliminate excess or waste hard concrete
Crow Barcrow barThis tool can be used in fomwork to eliminate nails from boards
Framing SquareFraming SquareThis tool can be used in Brickwork, Plastering to check on right angle
Framing HammerFraming HammerThis tool can be used to operate a vehicle and remove nails
Line LevelLevel lineThis tool can be used to check on horizontal level in brickwork, plastering , flooring and tile works
Torpedo LevelTorpedo LevelMix of line level and framing square
Cordless DrillCordless DrillThis tool can be used to create pilot holes, replacing jumper (special kind of drill ought to be used while drilling concrete)
Circular Sawcircular sawThis tool can be used to cut woods in shuttering
Hand SawHand SawThis tool can be used in wood works and shuttering
Block Plane / Jack PlaneBlack planeThis tool can be used in Door and window wood works
Flat Pry BarThis tool can be used in shuttering sometimes used to regulate the column formwork to align
Earth RammerEarth RammerThis tool can be used to level the bottom
LadderLadder
Digging barDigging BarThis tool can be used to breakup and loosen the compacted / hard surface
PolishersPolisherThis tool can be used to smoothen the top (wood or marble flooring)
Measuring WheelMeasuring wheelThis tool can be used to measure lengths. It varies by length
Measuring BoxMeasuring BoxThis tool can be used to gauge the cement and sand while site mix
Tile CutterTile CutterThis tool can be used to slice the tiles
Putty KnifePutty KnifeThis tool can be used in putty finishing to limit the thickness of the putty.
Vacuum BlowerVacuum BlowerThis tools can be used to clean the top area from impurities (In flooring, Slab concrete etc.)

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