AutomationDirect's Knipex pliers are available in a variety of styles

AutomationDirect’s product offering now includes a variety of Knipex pliers. Available in slip-resistant plastic-coated, comfort grip, and insulated comfort grip handle styles, the pliers are made of special tool steel with polished edges. The slim head design is engineered to provide greater accessibility in tight or hard-to-reach areas.

Combination pliers provide the basic functions of gripping and cutting in one tool. The induction-hardened cutting edges are suitable for cutting wire, nails, and smaller cables; serrated gripping jaws hold flat parts and small tools tightly.

Snipe-nose (or needle-nose) and electronics gripping pliers designed for finer gripping and manipulating are also available. Designed with pointed, half-round jaws and serrated gripping edges, they also have cutting edges for soft, medium-hard, and hard wire.

Cutting pliers and shears designed for exceptional cutting capacity and better handling have also been added. These pliers feature hardened precision cutting edges and are ideal for applications such as electronics, cutting plastics, bolts and cables.

Available crimpers include plug connector pliers with threaded holes for cutting copper and brass screws and ferrule crimpers with nine deep troughs and conical side faces. These pliers are ideal for crimping insulated and non-insulated terminals; circlip pliers with non-slip solid tips for installing and removing retaining rings have also been added.

Water pump pliers are designed to provide variable adjustment of gripping capacity. Available in a variety of styles, these adjustable grip pliers work on bolts, pipe fittings, nuts, and more.

Wire stripping pliers are designed for gripping, bending and cutting soft, medium, and hard wire; additional cable and data cable stripping tools are also available.

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