Concreters' nippers or fixers' nippers
Twist and cut binding wire quickly and reliably
The decisive factor here is that the head is shorter, which leads to better transmission of the hand force. In addition, the pliers legs of this version dampen the cutting impact particularly strongly, so that the highest level of operating comfort is also guaranteed.
Many of our pincers are also “better” in the sense of “more durable” thanks to atramentized surfaces. The phosphating is an important part of the comprehensive rust protection concept. In addition, the cutting edges are induction hardened so that still they cut through solder wire after long and intensive use.
What is a pair of concreters' pincers used for?
As the name suggests: Concreters' pincers are mainly used for concrete work. The inventor of modern reinforced concrete construction is a French man called Joseph Monier.
He had the idea of using a composite of steel and concrete to reinforce the wearing behavior. In the construction process, the pincers help to twist the binding wires and cut them off in one step.