To lace concrete reinforcing steel with binding wire from a roll Wire is twisted and cut in a single pass High-leverage joint, minimising strain, even when thick binding wires are used Extra-slim form for tying deep mounted steel rods The high damping of the cutting stroke on cutting through the binding wire reduces the strain on tendons and muscles Cutting edges additionally hardened; cutting edge hardness approx. 61 HRC High-grade special tool steel, forged, oil-hardened Black atramentized pliers Polished head DIN ISO 9242
Offer substantially higher cutting performance and a damping of the cutting stroke after cutting the binding wire - two valuable ergonomic advantages for the user. 27% saving in effort. To cut a 3.0 mm diameter binding wire with the high leverage concretors' nippers, you only need a force of 300 N (30.0 kp), in contrast to 412 N (41.2 kp) with normal concretors' pliers of the same length.
Cutting edges additionally hardened; cutting edge hardness approx. 61 HRC · High damping of the cutting stroke on cutting through binding wire: reduces the strain on tendons and muscles · For twisting and cutting thick binding cable in a single movement: reliably and cheaply · Exceptional cutting performance with lower manual input thanks to optimal transmission: easier work · Extra-slim design for tying deep mounted iron