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High Quality Hand Tools

Here at Wilson’s Industrial Sales in Bundaberg, we have been providing builders, tradies and DIY enthusiasts with state-of-the-art hand tools since 1964. Home to industry-leading brands such as Sidchrome, Eclipse and PK Tool, we are proud to be the Wide Bay-Burnett region’s one-stop-shop for:

We also stock a range of abrasives, safety equipment and tapping and threading accessories. Because we have clients spread out across Maryborough, Gladstone, North Burnett, South Burnett and Rockhampton, we strive to provide everything you need, in one place!

We also stock a range of abrasives, safety equipment and tapping and threading accessories. Because we have clients spread out across Maryborough, Gladstone, North Burnett, South Burnett and Rockhampton, we strive to provide everything you need, in one place!

Check out our online store to see all of our supplies or visit us in Bundaberg.

For a full list of our products, visit our online store

Wide Range Of Tools

Explore our online store and see for yourself our extensive range of tools. Whether you need layout and marking equipment for a commercial building project or gardening tools to plant a crop of seeds, Wilson’s Industrial Sales in Bundaberg has it all! Our prices are highly competitive; we believe everyone should be able to afford our products. We truly do have the tools for every job, including hex keys, knives, welding equipment and even tyre levers! If you can’t make it to our store, simply head to our website and have our products delivered right to your door! Get in touch on (07) 4151 2533 for further information.
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Hand tools Bundaberg

Here at Wilson’s Industrial Sales, we know that no two DIY or contractor jobs are the same, which is why we stock such an extensive range of tools at our store. From the smallest sockets to the strongest clamps and bolt cutters, we have everything you may need in all different sizes and specifications. We make it easy for you to find the right bit of kit that will get the job done while staying within your budget, both at our storefront in Bundaberg and online.

Seeing tools in person ensures that you are getting exactly what you need, so why not come and browse hand tools in our store, located at 6 Quay Street, Bundaberg? We know that tradies and DIYers all work on different schedules and have busy working days, which is why our trading hours are 6:30 AM to 5 PM on weekdays, and we are also open on Saturdays from 8 AM to 12 PM. This ensures that you can come and pay us a visit at a time that suits you around your busy schedule. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you in finding whatever tools you may need and offer comprehensive advice on which hand tool will best suit your requirements.

Hand tools delivered

We also recognise that not everyone has the time to come to our store with such a busy working week of construction, repairs and maintenance. That is why our online store has all of the same stock available as our shop, including a wide variety of options. Simply browse through the products or enter in the search bar what you need and you can easily navigate our site to find the tools needed for your project. This ensures you still have access to the best quality tools even when we are shut or you don’t have the time to come in person.

What’s more, we offer a delivery service in Bundaberg and surrounding areas, including Maryborough, Gladstone, South Burnett, North Burnett and Rockhampton. Simply place an order at your convenience and we will do our best to get the package straight to your door as soon as we can. This way, you can easily access the hand tools you need without having to leave the workshop. The convenience of having all tools in one place that can be instantly ordered will streamline all of your projects, whether you are a residential, commercial or industrial client.

If you can’t find the tool you are looking for or are struggling with the online system, just contact our friendly team by calling (07) 4151 2533 who will be happy to help.

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Why choose Wilson’s Industrial Sales?

  • We have over five decades of experience serving Bundaberg and the surrounding areas with hardware and equipment for all needs, so our level of expertise is unbeatable.
  • We are locally owned and operated so best serving the local community is at the heart of everything we do.
  • We have a store in central Bundaberg for instant access to a range of tools, as well as an online store for 24/7 ordering and delivery service.
  • Our hand tools are only supplied by the most reputable manufacturers so you can trust their durability and value for money.

Frequently Asked Questions

We always recommend training for yourself or your employees in the safe use of hand tools. This training might involve knowing how to choose the best tool for the job, how to use your tools safely, and how to determine when a tool needs to be repaired.

It’s important you always use the right tool for the job. You might be tempted to use a screw driver in place of a chisel, or a wrench instead of a hammer, but this is a recipe for disaster. Not only will you run the risk of damaging your tools, you’ll also greatly increase the chance of having an accident. Cutting tools should be kept sharp and covered to maintain their quality and to keep you safe. Keep all your tools clean, dry, and safely stored between each use to help them last as long as possible.

We always recommend checking your tools before each use to make sure they’re safe. Any defects, such as cracked or broken handles or worn blades and jaws, need to be addressed as soon as you notice them. If your tool is damaged or defective, it’s crucial you arrange a repair or have it replaced if repairs will be too costly or time-consuming.

There are some simple techniques you can follow to minimise the risk of injury and maintain comfort while at work:

  • Use tools that allow your wrist to stay straight; never bend your wrist while using hand tools
  • Never push on your wrench or pliers, unless you are holding the tool with an open palm
  • Don’t use excessive force. If the tool isn’t doing the job, there may be a problem
  • When using cutting tools, always point the blade away from yourself
  • When using a cutting tool or a screwdriver, never hold the stock; always place it on your workbench or keep it in a vice
  • If you place a point sharp tool, such as a saw or knife, on a bench, make sure it is kept away from walkways and its handle does not extend over the benchtop edge
  • Never throw tools. It might sound obvious, but injuries do occur from workers throwing implements to one another. Hand them, handle first, to others working on site
  • Never place sharp tools in your pocket
  • Maintain a clean and tidy work environment to minimise the risk of accidents

Your safety gear will depend on the work you’re doing and the hazards you might be exposed to. Attire might include safety glasses or goggles, a face shield, well-fitting gloves, a heavy apron or tool belt.

If you need to climb or do any hazardous work, it’s important you keep your hands free to stay as safe as possible. When working on a ladder or scaffold, raise and lower your hand tools using a bucket and hand line.

When doing electrical work, it’s crucial you use hand tools that are designed for this use. Such tools will be properly insulated, so that you will be protected in the event of a power surge or any other electrical fault.