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Diagonal-Cutting Pliers, Insulated, Heavy-Duty, 7-Inch

D220-7-INS

  • Durable molded insulation meets or exceeds ASTM F1505-15 and IEC 60900: 2018 standards for insulated tools
  • Clearly marked with the official 1000-volt rating symbol
  • Thick, exceptionally tough, high-dielectric white inner coating is bonded to the tool
  • Heavy-duty tapered nose design
  • Induction hardened cutting knives for long life
  • One-Inch deep jaws easily reach into confined spaces
  • Flame retardant, impact-resistant, bright orange outer coating
  • Integral guards help prevent hand contact with conductive parts
  • Hot-riveted joint for smooth action and no handle wobble
  • Forged steel for maximum durability
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These Insulated Diagonal-Cutting pliers have dual layered grips that are flame retardant, impact resistant, and rated for 1000-volts. They feature a heavy-duty tapered nose design with induction hardened cutting knives for durability. They are made of forged steel and have a hot-riveted joint for smooth action and no handle wobble.

Specifications
Type:
Diagonal Cutting Pliers
Application:
ACSR, Screws, Nails and Most Hardened Wire
Special Features:
Flame Retardant and Impact Resistant Handle
Overall Length:
7.875'' (20 cm)
Material:
Induction Hardened Steel
Nose Type:
Tapered
Jaw Length:
1'' (2.5 cm)
Jaw Width:
0.969'' (2.5 cm)
Jaw Thickness:
1'' (2.5 cm)
Jaw Capacity:
1.1'' (2.8 cm)
Cutting Knives:
Standard
Cut Style:
Diagonal-Cutting
Joint Type:
Hot-Riveted
Handle Color:
Orange
Handle Finish:
2-Layer
Handle Length:
6'' (15.2 cm)
Insulated:
Yes
Standard:
IEC 60900 and ASTM F1505
Weight:
0.7 oz (318 g)
UPC:
092644720314
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Warnings
  • Only use tools that are marked with the official international 1000-volt rating symbol shown above, if there is any chance that the tools will make contact with an energized source.
  • Whenever possible, always de-energize lines and equipment prior to working on or around them. Klein insulated tools are designed only to reduce the chance of injury where the tool may make contact with an energized source.
  • Do NOT touch uninsulated portion of the tool or any conductive object when either might contact an energized source.
  • Wear approved eye protection.
  • Always inspect your tools before use. Destroy tool if insulation becomes damaged in any way.
  • Because moisture, films, or other surface contaminants are conductive, Klein insulated tools must be kept clean, dry, and free of any surface contaminants.