When it comes to conduit benders, there are typically four types of bending machines you can utilize:
Handheld/manual benders Mechanical benders Hydraulic benders Electric benders However, when deciding on the type of conduit bender you need, you need to consider other factors, such as accuracy, control, energy efficiency, speed, and batch bending capabilities. Out of all the conduit benders listed above, an electric conduit bender is perhaps the most suitable option that meets all the bending factors you might need, especially when working with rigid conduits.
When your used equipment reaches a point of not providing value to your work activities, selling is the best thing you can do. You'll end up working with used equipment buyers and there is room to negotiate. Just be sure you remember these negotiating tips so that you're happy with the offers that come your way.
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You'll go into negotiations with used equipment buyers expecting to get a certain price.