Pliers are not the wrenches. Although it is easier to pick up a pair and grip the nut or bolt tightly, they are not the way to go. Wrenches are the ideal tool for nuts and bolts. So, what does pliers do?
Pliers are intended to grip objects or cutting by using leverage. They have a different configuration of the jaw to rotate, pull, corrugated or cut various objects. There are several types of pliers that perform different tasks. Some of the most common types of slip-joint, forward cutting, needle nose, locking, self-aligning, and tongue-and-groove.
Pliers are constructed with sharp cutting edges with some of the main shearing power. These pliers are designed to reduce the heavy gauge wire, nails and bolts. Unlike other wire clamp blades are tapered to reduce sudden “snap” during cutting. A handle increasing effect required to cut thicker gauges.
One last thing about using pliers. This is not a good idea to use them in some special surface finish, as the jaws can leave marks on the surface.
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