The difference between nozzle pliers and diagonal pliers

Date:Jan 21, 2021

The real difference between nozzle pliers and diagonal pliers lies in their use. The nozzle pliers mainly cut some soft wires and plastics, while the real difference between the diagonal pliers and the diagonal pliers lies in their use. The nozzle pliers are mainly used. Cut some soft wire and plastic, and diagonal pliers are generally used to cut some harder materials.

The cutting edge of the nozzle pliers is high-frequency quenched, the pliers head is polished, and the cutting is sharp and flat, sturdy and durable, strong cutting force, the pliers head is strong and durable, and the material is sufficient to see. It is ergonomically designed and equipped with a plastic-dipped handle for a comfortable grip and suitable for long-term use. It is mainly used to cut the burrs of copper, aluminum and other non-ferrous metal wires and plastic parts, or soft cables.

Diagonal pliers have a flat head, so they are also called flat-nose pliers or wire cutters or bolt cutters. They look similar to needle-nose pliers but have different jaws. Its handle is divided into iron handle, pipe handle and insulating handle. The insulating handle has a voltage resistance of 1000V. Diagonal pliers are mainly used to cut thick metal wires and wires. It is made of high-quality spring steel with extremely high hardness and toughness; its cutting edge is sharp, wear-resistant, and has low shear resistance; it is safe to use and easy to carry.

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