Curved Jaws Locking Pliers – TPR Handle(12pcs)

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Curved jaws locking pliers with TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber) handles are a type of versatile hand tool designed for gripping, clamping, and holding objects securely. The curved jaws provide a better grip on rounded or irregularly shaped surfaces, while the TPR handles offer ergonomic comfort and a non-slip grip.

These pliers typically feature a locking mechanism that allows users to adjust and maintain the clamping force, enabling them to securely hold objects of various sizes. The combination of curved jaws and TPR handles enhances the tool’s usability and efficiency, making it suitable for a wide range of applications in mechanics, construction, and other industries where a reliable gripping tool is essential.

1. Drop forged from carbon steel #45

2. Clamping force≤9000N

3. Heat treated & nickel plated

4. Anti-slip handle


Curved Jaws Locking Pliers uses

  1. Clamping and Holding: These pliers are designed to securely clamp onto objects, holding them in place. The curved jaws provide a strong grip on irregularly shaped or rounded surfaces.
  2. Turning and Twisting: The adjustable locking mechanism allows users to set the desired clamping force, making these pliers effective for turning or twisting objects. They can be used as a substitute for wrenches in some situations.
  3. Gripping and Pulling: The curved jaws are effective at gripping objects firmly, making these pliers suitable for tasks that involve pulling or extracting items.
  4. Pipe Gripping: The curved jaws are particularly useful for gripping pipes and other cylindrical objects. They can be employed for tasks such as plumbing or pipefitting.
  5. Wire Cutting: Some models of curved jaws locking pliers come with built-in wire cutters, allowing users to cut through wires and other materials while securely holding them.
  6. Welding and Metalworking: In metalworking applications, these pliers can be used for clamping and holding metal pieces during welding or other fabrication processes.
  7. Automotive Repairs: These pliers are handy for various automotive tasks, such as holding nuts and bolts in place or providing an extra hand when working on engines or other components.
  8. Construction and Carpentry: Curved jaws locking pliers are useful in construction and carpentry for holding materials in place, providing a temporary clamp, or assisting with tasks that require a secure grip.
  9. Maintenance and Repair: These pliers are commonly used for general maintenance tasks where a reliable gripping tool is needed, such as fixing appliances, tightening or loosening nuts and bolts, or holding items during repairs.
  10. Emergency Situations: The versatility of these pliers makes them valuable in emergency situations, where a quick and secure grip on various objects may be necessary.
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Safety Precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Depending on the task, consider wearing appropriate PPE such as safety glasses, gloves, and other protective gear to shield yourself from potential hazards.
  2. Inspect the Pliers: Before use, inspect the locking pliers for any damage, wear, or defects. Ensure that the locking mechanism is functioning properly, and the TPR handles are in good condition. Do not use damaged tools.
  3. Choose the Right Size: Select the appropriate size of locking pliers for the task at hand. Using the right-sized tool ensures better performance and reduces the risk of slippage.
  4. Secure the Workpiece: Before applying force with the pliers, make sure the workpiece is securely held or clamped. This prevents unexpected movement or slipping, reducing the risk of injury.
  5. Position Your Hands Properly: Keep your hands and fingers away from the moving parts of the pliers, especially when adjusting the locking mechanism. Be mindful of the tool’s position to avoid accidental pinching.
  6. Adjust the Clamping Force Carefully: When adjusting the clamping force, do so carefully and avoid excessive force. Over-tightening the jaws can lead to damage, and sudden releases may cause the tool to spring open unexpectedly.
  7. Use the Right Technique: Follow proper techniques when using the pliers, such as gripping the handles correctly and applying force in a controlled manner. Avoid using the tool for tasks it’s not designed for.
  8. Store Properly: When not in use, store the locking pliers in a secure location, keeping them away from children or unauthorized individuals. This helps prevent accidental injuries and damage to the tool.
  9. Avoid Using as a Hammer: Curved jaws locking pliers are not designed to be used as hammers. Avoid striking the tool against surfaces, as this can damage the jaws, handles, or locking mechanism.
  10. Keep a Firm Grip: Maintain a firm grip on the handles while using the pliers. Ensure that the TPR handles are clean and dry to prevent slippage during use.
  11. Be Aware of Surroundings: Be aware of your surroundings and the potential hazards in your work area. Ensure proper lighting and clear workspace to minimize the risk of accidents.

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