Technologies

Technologies of pliers

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ATE PRO Ironworker’s pliers is ready to ship now. We have full product line of American type pliers. This 9-1/2″ inch Ironworker’s Plies with dog leg handles is popular in the USA market. Ironworker Pliers are High Leverage, Twist and Cut Soft Annealed Rebar Tie WireIronworkers plier. Coiled spring. Dog leg handle for better leverage …

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Parts of Diagonal Cutting Pliers

What are the parts of diagonal cutting pliers?

Jaws The jaws of diagonal cutting pliers are opened and closed using the handles. They put force onto the wire so the blades can cut through it. The thickness of the jaws affects the durability of the tool. Thick-sided jaws provide a stable, strong cut along the entire length of the blades. Thinner jaws offer …

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You Should Own Locking Pliers

Locking pliers, commonly called by the brand name Vise-Grips, are, well, basically what both names suggest: they’re pliers, whose jaws lock around an object, providing a vise-like grip. Practically, they’re typically used in two fashions:  To provide a non-slip hold on hardware, arms, rods, or objects, and used as a level for turning or bending an …

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Insulated pliers vs plastic coated pliers, what is the difference?

Are all pliers insulated? If not, how do you if yours is? Find out in this article about pliers insulation. Based on the common knowledge that plastic does not conduct electricity, it is easy to think that all pliers with coated handles are insulated. Sadly, that is not true. Not every plier with a rubber …

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