The new P-Series Pliers from Snap-on Industrial are manufactured with a staked screw that is compressed to a tolerance at the screw joint to prevent it from backing out during use. This design feature greatly reduces foreign object damage (FOD) concerns, making it suitable for use in aviation, power generation, natural resources and any other critical industries. The staked screw is just one of many features and benefits of the new P-Series Pliers. The screw joint minimizes friction and maximizes jaw alignment for wide openings. Manufactured with ball-bearing grade alloyed steel, and hardened to 42-46 Rockwell C HRC, the P-Series Pliers are designed to withstand greater impact while performing in demanding work environments. Additionally, the internal torsion spring returns the pliers to the open position, keeping the tool ready for work while minimizing hand fatigue. Thirteen models (five cutting, eight holding) of the P-Series Pliers are available. The cutting models produce feature sharp, clean cuts for up to 200,000 cycles. The holding models are designed with precise serrations for sure gripping of delicate materials.
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