Klein Tools’ line of duct and sheet metal tools, including a duct cutter with wire cutter, HVAC hand notcher, tin snips, a hole cutter and more. Products feature all-steel construction and nickel-chrome plated hardware, self-opening latches for one-handed operation and contoured grips covering hardened steel handles.
Knipex Tools’ 7 1 / 4 -in. spring hose clamp pliers have replaceable, rotating tips, making them maneuverable from different angles and and a slim head for easier use in confined areas. They have a push button for fine adjustment and feature 15 positions for various clamp sizes. They have a 2-in. working capacity, serrated gripping jaws and tips designed...
Klein Tools’ large cable stripper removes insulation on MTW/THHN/THWN-2 cables without nicking wire. The clover-shape design accommodates four different wire sizes in one tool. Users insert cable and twist to cut.
Phoenix Contact’s Crimpfox Duo 10 crimping pliers have a rotating die that permits frontal or lateral insertion of ferrules and a locking mechanism keeps the die in position. It self-adjusts to accommodate single and twin ferrules, and 26-8 AWG single wires or 2x20 to 2x12 AWG twin ferrules.
Knipex’s precision circlip pliers has an overstretching limiter with an adjustable screw stop to prevent overexpansion of circlips and a bolted joint. They are made of German chrome vanadium electric steel and have straight or 90-degree tips, nonslip plastic coated handles, and compressed and form-fitted spring steel tips.
Klein Tools’ PVC and multilayer tubing cutter cuts 1-in. O.D. multilayer plastic tubing and up to 3 / 4 -in. schedule 40 PVC pipe. It has a PTFE-coated steel blade, a rubber grip and a handle latch to secure the tool closed. It is not intended to cut metallic pipes, cable wire or cold PVC.
Klein Tools' hybrid pliers with crimper allow users to strip, cut, twist, shear and crimp. They feature full-length, induction-hardened cutting knives and a wide, knurled head. They can strip 10–14 AWG solid and 12–16 stranded wire: shear 6–32 and 8–32 bolts; and crimp noninsulated connectors, lugs and terminals.
Crescent/Wiss' offset straight snips enable users to cut sheet metal more safely with offset blades to keep hands clear of the work area. They can cut up to 18-gauge steel and feature compound levers, precision-cast serrated blades and ergonomic grips.
Reed’s PDEB250 cone chamfer tool chamfers the inside or outside diameter of plastic pipe from ¾–2 ½ in. nominal diameter, including metric sizes. It can be used with a drill or manually. It has a hardened steel blade for smooth cuts and long blade life.