Fluke’s insulated long-nose pliers feature a side cutter and gripping zones. They are certified up to 1,000V AC and 1,500V DC. They feature four gripping points for pulling round objects without slipping and a unique milled wave pattern for gripping zones. They are forged from German chromium-molybdenum-vanadium steel. They should be used only in environments with temperatures between –4°F and...
Cementex’s double-insulated, 9-in. universal pliers are designed for use in arc flash environments. The double-insulated tools feature a yellow warning layer underneath the outer orange layer; if the outside insulation is damaged, posing a safety risk, the yellow layer begins to show, and technicians will know that they must replace the tools.
Knipex Tools’ black atramentized pliers features a polished head, handles with multicomponent covers and an integrated tether attachment point for a tool tether. It is designed for cable work and gripping and bending wire. It is made of vanadium steel and is oil-hardened.
Snap-on Industrial’s P-series pliers are manufactured with a staked screw that is compressed to a tolerance at the screw joint to prevent it from backing out during use. The screw joint minimizes friction and maximizes jaw alignment for wide openings. The holding models are designed with precise serrations for sure gripping of delicate materials.
Snap-On’s nonconductive needle-nose pliers feature all composite jaw and handle. It features an thumb guard for user protection, durable jaw teeth to aid in gripping and twisting, and handles with a two-position grip and tether hole. The spring-loaded joint returns pliers to the working position. It is tested to protect up to 1,000V AC and 1,500V DC.
Greenlee’s 0351-07D 7-in. long-nose pliers feature dipped, double-layered vinyl handles for comfort and slip- resistance. The reduced handle size allows for storage of tools in pouches and tool bags. It cuts solid and stranded copper wire. It is made of chrome vanadium steel.