Since 1923, ridgid has remained the symbol of certainty to dedicated professionals of the expert trades. Every tool that bears the ridgid brand is engineered to the same high standards of quality, strength and endurance, as was that first heavy-duty pipe wrench more than 80 years ago. Ridgid covers its products with a lifetime warranty against defects in material or workmanship for the life of the tool. The ridgid 16202 is a pair of right-cutting offset snips. These snips are ideal for cutting 18-Gauge or lighter cold-rolled sheet steel. The compound action results in maximum jaw power with minimum effort.
Midwest Snips forged blade regular model aviation snips are the world's best! We offer five different blade pattern models and two blade hardness options in this product category as well as two tradesmen sets. These models perform superior to respective model ASME Performance Requirements. The MWT-SS6716R Special Hardness Right Aviation Snip cuts straight and right curves. Use to cut hardened metals it is easiest used in left hand and features serrated blades.
If you care about the quality of the tools you use or sell, you'll appreciate a company that cares about the quality of the tools it makes. At Midwest Tool And Cutlery Company we take pride in manufacturing in the USA the very best tanner snips you can buy anywhere in the world today. From their Kush'n-Kote gripped handle bows to the tip of their hot drop-forged blades, our tanner snips outperform and outlast all others. Each hot drop-forged blade is individually fitted and finish assembled to assure uniform shearing action. The Grade-8 blade pivot bolt provides maximum wear resistance and is affixed into the bottom blade. A special design locknut keeps the blades in adjustment. This feature also allows blades to be re-adjusted if necessary after extensive use. Wave washers that are used by other manufacturers to hold blades in adjustment frequently "spring" allowing blades to loosen and separate. Blades that are loose or out of adjustment allow material to wedge sideways between the blades instead of precision cutting. Each Midwest Snips Kush'n-Kote tanner snip is individually inspected and test cut prior to leaving the factory and each performs superior to ASME Standard B107.500-2010(B107.16) performance requirements.
25 % less effort required compared to conventional concretersâ€™ nippers of the same size, extra-slim form for tying deep mounted steel rods. For use when working with concrete steel and binding wire, twists and cuts wire in one operation. High leverage joint minimizes strain when working with thick binding wires. Cutting edges with additional hardness; cutting edge hardness approx. 61 HRC, high-grade special tool steel; forged, oil-hardened.