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Klein Tools - For Professionals Since 1857

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  • 3-in-1 \r\nSlotted Impact Socket
    3-in-1
    Slotted Impact SocketAlignment slot to tighten and loosen most hot-line clamps
  • P100 Half-Mask \r\nRespirators and \r\nReplacement Filters
    P100 Half-Mask
    Respirators and
    Replacement FiltersMaximum particle protection
    High-Efficiency particulate air filter
  • KLEIN-KURVE\r\nWire Stripper\/Crimper
    KLEIN-KURVE
    Wire Stripper/CrimperStrips, cuts, loops wire and shears bolts
  • Lineman Hammer
    Lineman HammerLarge head for driving in staples and lag bolts
    Claw end for removing nails, molding, and ground wire
  • Conduit Benders\r\nwith patented \r\nAngle Setter\u2122 \r\ntechnology
    Conduit Benders
    with patented
    Angle Setter™
    technologyIron and Aluminum benders with
    Angle Setters™ offer quick, accurate bends

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American Manufacturing

Since 1857, Klein Tools has been manufacturing tools in America, and it’s as important for the Klein family to keep that tradition now, as it was more than 150 years ago. You see, Klein isn’t just the name of our company; it’s also our family name, so we have to be proud of everything we make.

Klein Tools continues to invest in U.S. manufacturing and is committed to maintaining its place as the favorite among electricians. Klein is the only major tool manufacturer worldwide focused on electrical and utility applications. No other manufacturer of hand tools and related products used in electrical applications makes more items in America than Klein Tools.

Forged Together -- Meet Juana Bracamontes

The Klein Story

Since 1857, the company operated by Mathias Klein and his descendants to the fifth generation, has grown and developed along with the telecommunications and electrical industries where Klein pliers first found major usages.

Today, Klein Tools, Inc. represents much more than Klein pliers. The company's product line has broadened to include virtually every major type of hand tool used in construction, electronics, mining, and general industry in addition to the electrical and telecommunications fields.

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For Professionals... Since 1857