Characteristics and use of explosion-proof carp pliers
Carp pliers are named after their appearance resembling carp. They are characterized by two adjustment positions for the opening width of the jaws, which can be enlarged or reduced. It is mainly used for clamping round parts, and can also replace the wrench to screw small nuts and bolts. The cutting edge at the rear of the jaw can be used to cut the metal wire, which is widely used in the auto repair industry.
Carp Pliers Features
Carp Pliers The front part of the head is flat and fine teeth, which is suitable for clamping small parts. The middle notch is thick and long, which is used for clamping cylindrical parts. It can also replace the wrench to screw small bolts and nuts. The cutting edge at the back of the jaw can cut metal wires. As a clamp body has two holes penetrating each other and a pin, the opening of the jaws can be easily changed during operation to adapt to clamping parts of different sizes. It is a hand pliers used in automobile maintenance operations. The specifications are expressed in terms of pliers length. Generally, there are two types: 165mm and 200mm, made of 50 steel. The use of wire cutters is similar to that of carp pliers, but their pins are fixed relative to the two clamp bodies, so they are not as flexible as carp pliers, however, the effect of cutting the metal wire is better than that of carp pliers, with specifications of 150, 175 and 200mm.
carp pliers use
is used to hold flat or cylindrical metal parts. its characteristic is that the opening width of the jaw has two adjustment positions, which can hold parts with larger size. the cutting edge can be used to cut off the metal wire
carp pliers. note that
a and plastic handle can resist high pressure. do not throw them randomly during use to avoid damaging the plastic pipe. B. Before clamping the parts with pliers, cover the easily damaged parts with protective cloth or other protective cover to prevent the serrated jaw from causing damage to the vulnerable parts. C, it is strictly prohibited to use carp pliers and water pump pliers as wrenches, because serrated jaws will damage the edges of bolts or nuts.
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