Struggle no longer with single-man repairs
We help your farm operation run smoothly and on time.
As many farm processes are bound to strict timelines, the equipment used to carry out these tasks need to be ready to operate on time. Otherwise, there could be significant losses to the farm as a whole.
As such, both planned and unplanned maintenance play a vital role in keeping farms going year after year, preventing breakdowns and accidents.
With help of our PRACtool products, farmers can carry out these maintenance tasks themselves when needed, saving money and time waiting on repair trades.
Our products create a virtual engineering workshop to make jobs easier and cheaper - based on machinery farmers already have!
Helping Australian Farmers since 1986.
Created by Lloyd Linson-Smith in 1986, PRACtool released its ground-breaking SUPER Drill in 1987 and quickly earned a huge following by Australian farmers. The indispensable tool was later joined by the associated CLAMP-IT Tool, providing a complete self-sustaining solution for farmers.
Lloyd retired from the business in 2012, after handing over the reins to his daughter Julie and her husband Rick. The couple has been working partners in PRACtool Products since 2000, and together they plan to keep the PRACTool products in good supply and keep the friendly fast service continuing for years to come.
“I've had a SUPER Drill since the early 1990's and have three CLAMP-IT Tools, one in each farm vehicle (with a range of CLAMP-IT joiners) for repair work around my properties and one in the workshop, so I can find it when I need it.”
Alan Hewitt, "Charvel"
Theodore, Queensland, Australia.
“During my time on the land I have seen many innovations to make single-man jobs easier and have repaired and made numerous items. I have found PRACTool SUPERr Drill very usefully and easy to use and after using CLAMP-IT Adjustable Joiners I would be very reluctant to return to using conventional type poly joiners. It is regrettable that these tools were not invented many years earlier.”
Paul Lilley, Retired Pastoral Manger
Aubigny, Queensland, Australia.