We have

tested and selected a few good quality tools

that will be very useful to you in carrying out kinook based projects. Some of these tools are little-known and greatly simplify constructions based on our system.

Useful tools


Large spring clamp

A clamp with an opening large enough to firmly clamp 2 panels against a metal stud. Once the level settings have been adjusted, you have your hands free to precisely fix the panels in the metal frame.


Drywall bit

Use this screw head depth limiter to screw perfectly in plasterboards without drilling through them and also leave enough space to plug the head hole with compound.


Long screwdriver bits

When building with the Kinook system, it is often necessary to screw inside the C-studs, If the screwdriver bit is too short, the drill's chuck will rub and damage itself against the edges of the stud. These 5 cm long bits will prevent the chuck to touch the stud's edges.

Stud finder

Very useful for locating metal studs inside a partition wall or ceiling to securely attach a frame, shelf, etc.. When constructing a dropped ceiling box, locate metal studs in the ceiling and screw in the box studs. Easy to use, it can also detect electrical cables for connection or to avoid damaging a cable before drilling. Metal or even wooden beams can also be located.

Cutting tools

Precise and clean cuts are the key to any successful project. The Kinook team has selected a list of quality tools with which to perfectly and easily cut the different materials used in your construction .



Easy to operate, this nibbler will cut the studs precisely and will require only a minimum effort. The clean cuts made by the nibbler allow you to easily insert the Kinook blocks into C-studs. We recommend using a nibbler rather than a snip if you are a beginner.



Snip are sllightly more difficult to operate than nibblers. With a good technique, you will be able to cut through the C-studs rapidly.


Foldable Safety Knife

This affordable knife is of professional quality and will provide you with a firm grip. It will allow you to cut plasterboard precisely.


Jab Saw

This Jab saw has teeth along both edges which allows for multidimensional cutting, and enable to easily create cut-outs in panels. Use the trident-shaped head to poke a starting hole into the panel.

Finishing tools

Finishing is a key step in any DIY project. For a beautifull finish, you'll need the appropriate tools.


Plasterboard plane

Mini planes for plasterboard allow you adjust plasterboard dimensions rapidely. The rasp has been designed for plasterboard.



Use abrasive netting paper rather than traditional sanding paper. Netting paper wears out very slowly which make sanding effective and cost-friendly.


Joint knife

This joint knife will be perfect for plugging holes and cracks before painting. The polished inox blade will guarantee a smooth surface.