Aluminum is both versatile and eco-friendly, making it an excellent material for producing tools that are durable, precise, and long-lasting. Using aluminum economically throughout the manufacturing process ensures that Kapro continues to reduce our overall impact on the environment. By intelligently designing tools that require less aluminum, we aim to set standards for our industry.
•Energy Efficient: Less really is more. Aluminum requires less energy both to produce and to transport. Over the years, choosing aluminum means significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
•Longevity: Aluminum is resistant to corrosion that shortens a tool’s life. That means that you won’t have to replace it as often. A win for your wallet and the planet.
•Recyclable: As long as aluminum avoids contamination, it can be recycled indefinitely.
Rubber is a durable, renewable resource that can ease the impact on our world if reused properly. By using rubber, Kapro is meeting the growing market demand for sustainable products.
•Durability: Rubber is a strong material with a significant lifespan. Given proper care, you shouldn’t have to replace any rubberized parts. That’s great news for Earth’s delicate rubber forests.
•Versatility: The greatest thing about rubber is its rubberiness. It allows us to customize end caps, handles and more across Kapro’s wide range of tools without having to use multiple materials or create excess.
Kapro uses recycled plastic whenever possible in our vial casings, laser levels shells, handles, and more. Our tools are built with durability in mind so as to extend the tool's life and reduce time in between replacement. That’s why Kapro is able to offer its customers ecological products that are also high-quality and affordable.
•Recyclable: Plastic can be recycled and reused for just about anything. If disposed of properly, the plastic in your tool might just find its way back to you in the form of a new tool.
•Durability: As far as permanent goes, plastics rank highly. Strong, plastic designs allow you to hold onto your tool for longer.
•Lightweight: Being lightweight materials, acrylic and plastic require less energy for transportation, leading to reduced emissions and environmental impact.