New LENOX® BI-METAL SELF-FEED BIT Is Tougher than Nails

    Jul 13, 2011

    EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., - LENOX, a leading manufacturer of premium power tool accessories, hand tools, torches, solder and band saw blades, has launched the new LENOX Bi-Metal Self-Feed Bit. The bit′s bi-metal construction provides the strength to endure often catastrophic nail encounters when drilling through wood.

    The Bi-Metal Self-Feed Bit has a high-speed steel cutting edge and screw tip that make it able to stay sharper longer. The chamfered edges and flutes help remove excess wood chips while drilling and make it easy to remove the bit from the hole after drilling. LENOX Bi-Metal technology helps the bit last two times longer than previous models, offering best-in-class performance.

    "We understand that tools are a long-term investment for tradesmen. They expect their tools to get the job done right and to last a long time; they count on their tools to not only work great, but to endure. We deliver on those expectations," said Lee Wilkins, director of product management for LENOX. "Tests have proven that the LENOX Bi-Metal Self-Feed Bit lasts longer, cuts stronger and is more durable. Try it and you′ll see for yourself that this bit has the longest life, even when encountering nails."

    The Bi-Metal Self-Feed Bit completes the only full bi-metal product line family on the market. Other products in the line include the Bi-Metal Ship Auger Bit and the Bi-Metal Utility Bit.

    LENOX Bi-Metal Self-Feed Bits are available at LENOX distributors worldwide, with a suggested retail range of $27- $131. For more information, visit www.lenoxtools.com.