Klein Plier

Find the perfect pair of Klein Tools Pliers to exceed all of your workplace needs. Made with some of the strongest alloy steel, you can expect exceptional strength and durability from these products including Crimping Tools, different varieties of Pliers, Cable/Stripper Cutters, Plier Accessories, and more. With many versions of Klein Pliers, ranging from side-cutting, diagonal-cutting, long-nose, splint-joint, pump, or special use pliers, you will be able to find the right fit for your project!

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D502-12
Discontinued
D323-41/2C

How are pliers used?

Pliers are usually made up of a pair of metal levers joined together at a fulcrum. The fulcrum is positioned closer to one end of the levers to create a short jaw on one side, and longer handles on the other side. This arrangement creates a mechanical advantage, allowing the force of the hand's grip to be amplified and focused on an object with precision.

What are the types of Klein pliers?

  • Side-cutting pliers: Klein side-cutting pliers are used to cut ACSR, screws, nails and most hardened wire.
  • Diagonal-cutting pliers: Klein diagonal-cutting pliers are pliers intended for cutting wire. They are defined by the cutting edges of the jaws that intersects the joint rivet at an angle.
  • Long-nose pliers: Klein long-nose pliers are both cutting and holding pliers. They are usually used by artisans, jewelry designers, electricians, and network engineers to bend, re-position and snip wire.
  • Special use pliers: special use pliers feature different jaw types that are designed for cutting plastic, nails, or wires. Some are also designed specifically conduit locknut and reaming purposes.
  • Split-joint pliers: Klein split-joint pliers are pliers whose fulcrum can be moved to increase the size range of their jaws.
  • Pump pliers: Klein pump pliers are a type of slip-joint plier that has serrated jaws generally set 45 to 60 degrees from the handles. The lower jaw can be moved to a number of positions by sliding it along a tracking section under the upper jaw. 
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