Such pliers are generally forged with high -carbon gangsters

Posted May 30, 2022 by railrack

Such pliers are generally forged with high -carbon gangsters
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Taiwan tiger pliers are generally used to hold the workpiece.On the fixed tong body and the active pliers, each with a steel clamp, and fix it with screws. The commonly used specifications are 100mm, 125mm, and 150mm. The spring is fixed on the screw with the help of the ring and the opening.Frequent cleaning and lubrication on the surface of the screw, nut, and other activity to prevent rust.Hercules are a tool for tightness.

Such pliers are generally forged with high -carbon gangsters, and the heat treatment of clamping is formed to form high hardness. Learn less. Powerful and reliable clamping force. Hold quickly. Therefore, it can prevent movement in the process of force like F clips and g, so as to obtain more Good positioning performance. When clamping, the contact surface with the workpiece is relatively flat, and there is basically no relative displacement.

The buttons are easy to adjust the excellent clamping size, and the holding force is strong.Especially in welding processing and some places that need to be located. The pliers of strong pliers products are forged by high -quality chromium molybdenum alloy steel materials, overall heat treatment, and unsatisfactory clamping objects.

The characteristics of strong pliers:Hercules are mainly used for holding parts for riveting, welding, grinding and other processing.After fine -tuning control, it can be effectively clamped without slipping, and the operation is safer.
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Last Updated May 30, 2022