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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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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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How to use locking pliers

How to Use Locking Pliers

HAIAN® manufactures the widest and most modern range of locking pliers & clamps worldwide. Continually producing top quality and innovative tools to meet the growing demand of Welding, Metal Work, Maintenance, Pipe, Auto Mechanics, Auto Body, DIY, Woodworking, Retail and Multi-use. The locking pliers comprises a first handle connected to a first jaw. A second …

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A special procedure for the manufacture of pliers

A special procedure for the manufacture of pliers

Cutting Cutting material is the first operation in the technological procedure of wrench manufacturing. Optimum design of a cut provides optimal use of material. 2. Forging Forging technology at CHISEN ensures excellent strength characteristics of wrenches. Notably, it maintains appropriate fiber orientation in a forged part, leaving it uninterrupted and the same as in a …

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Which is better for Pliers?

WHICH IS BETTER FOR HAND TOOLS? Chromium-Molybdenum or Chromium-Vanadium Steel? Chromium-molybdenum (also called chrome molybdenum, chrome moly, or Cr-Mo) and chromium-vanadium (also called chrome vanadium or Cr-V) are names for two families of steel alloys used in hand tool manufacturing. Which one is better? When properly manufactured and heat treated, they are chemically almost identical …

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