Shop for Handcrafted Freund® Tools at CBC Specialty Metals

Canadian Brass ToolsFREUND® TOOLS

For more than 160 years Freund® tools have been handcrafted to the highest standards in Germany. Freund® specializes in providing high quality traditional and innovative hand tools designed for use by craftsmen in the roofing, sheet metal, plumbing and carpentry industries.

The objective is to allow craftsmen to save time and money, by using Freund®’s high-quality, ergonomic tools. By word of mouth, more and more craftsmen have joined forces with Freund®…your tool.

Freund’s large and varied product line includes thousands of tools in every design and size. Slate hammers, rippers, anvils and roofer’s hammers, tile cutting pliers, manual scissors for cement tiles and fibers, hammers for plumbers, trowels, saws, knives, measuring tools, hatchets, axes, sheet metal scissors, special tools for roof and front walls; the list goes on…

Please call us to inquire.

Canadian Brass logo225 Doney Crescent, Concord, Ontario, Canada L4K 1P6
(905) 738-0301 or (800) 845-1134 | Fax: (905) 738-1296
Email: cbcpro@canadianbrass.ca
Website: www.canadianbrass.ca

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