The Modern Worker 27 inch Aluminum Pry Bar with curved point. Originally produced for testing wheel bearings on cars, but also used by locksmiths when adjusting doors. Aluminum is easier and more comfortable to work with. A tool made of aluminum does not rust and can handle the cold better.
- Lightweight—Aluminum pry bars are lighter and easier to work with, especially when working at shoulder height.
- Non-Corrosive—Aluminum does not rust. It’s protected by its own naturally occurring oxide film.
- Strong—Cold-weather applications are particularly well-served by aluminum because, as temperatures fall, aluminum actually becomes stronger.
- Non-sparking—Aluminum doesn’t emit sparks. This makes it a great choice in applications that involve explosive materials or that are used in highly flammable environments.
- Resilient—Aluminum can be bent about three times as much as a steel tool without being deformed. It combines strength with flexibility and can flex under loads or spring back from the shock of impact.
- Non-Marring—Aluminum is gentler to the material you work with and doesn’t chip in the same way as steel ones might.