Knipex’s wrench pliers feature parallel jaws for a solid grip; the design allows flexible adjustment of all widths up to the specified maximum size. The ratchet-type principle allows quick tightening and release of all bolted connections. It is made of forged, oil-hardened chrome-vanadium electric steel. It also designed for grips, holds, presses and bends workpieces.
Southwire Tools’ DCP8 8-in. diagonal cutting pliers feature a dual-material, double-molded grip for comfort. It has a drop-forged 6150 alloy steel construction, a strong high-leverage design and hot-riveted pivot joint. It cuts most hardened wire, ACSR, bolts, screws and nails.
Triplett Test Equipment & Tools’ TT-240 8-in. linesman pliers with fish-tape puller is constructed with hot-forged chromium-molybdenum steel that has an ultra-smooth joint with no side play. It also features serrated jaws and PVC-dipped handles for a comfortable grip.
Channellock’s 718 8-in. duck bill long-reach pliers are designed for hard-to-reach jobs. It features a flat nose and cross-hatch teeth pattern. It is specially coated for ultimate rust prevention and made of high-carbon steel. The blue grips are designed for comfort.
Ideal Industries’ 30-3430 9½-in. linesman pliers features a New England nose, dual crimp dies and cam-action fish-tape puller. It is made in the United States with forged steel. The knife-to-knife blades help make cutting easier. It is designed to cut hardened wire, bolts and stainless steel wire.
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...