Pliers are available with a range of jaw and handle designs to grip fasteners and building materials in multiple applications. Locking pliers hold in place for quick, independent tool rotation. Long-nosed or thin, needle-nose pliers help to grip small and hard-to-reach objects in confined areas. Pliers with long handles are suitable for turning, while bent-nose models help to reach around obstructions.
Pliers grip fasteners and building materials in multiple applications. Hog ring pliers are used to clamp together with a hog ring which is a type of ring connector to secure various types of materials in the furniture, automotive, and fence industries. Lineman's pliers generally cut harder wire, such as piano wire, than other wire-cutting pliers. Locking pliers grip parts securely, allowing users to rotate the tool without slipping or regripping the part. Longnose and needle nose pliers and sets grip and cut the wire and have a smaller tip, which allows users to view workpieces when doing small or delicate work. Tongue and groove pliers and sets can increase their jaw width to help tighten and loosen pipes, pumps, nuts and bolts quickly.
Fasteners are used for fastening and securing materials such as wood, metal, plastic, or concrete. They include nuts and bolts, threaded rods, structural bolts, machine screws, wedge anchors, washers, rivets, and more in a variety of types and sizes, including metric and inch. Fastener manuals and tech sheets include information such as torque values and fastener dimensions to help you find the right fastener supplies for your job.
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