Fence Plier with square nose round nose Industrial Utica-Style
|Product Name||Fence Plier with square nose round nose Industrial Utica-Style
|Material||High quality carbon steel|
|Hand Color||Red, Black and so on|
|Package||Box Package,Blister Package,etc|
|Payment Terms||30% T/T down payment, 70% balance before delivery|
|Port||Shanghai, Ningbo etc.|
How to Use Fencing Pliers
Fencing pliers or combination pliers perform the duties of many
kinds of individual tools that all types of fencing require. A
sturdy steel manufacturing process in combination with soft
handgrips allows this tool to last for many years in building and
maintaining all fence types. This is the only combination tool that
can cut, pull, twist, hammer, stretch and crimp fence and fencing
supplies in one compact tool that is easy to carry in your pocket.
Things You'll Need
Wire or electric wire
T-posts and wire ties
Drive fence staples into a fence made with wooden poles by using
the fencing pliers flat head with cross hatches, which involves
striking the fence staple with the hammer-like head to drive them
into the poles to hold barbed wire, cattle panel, field fence or
any other type of fence in place.
Cut wire with fencing pliers to make a barbed wire or electric wire
fence. There is a wire cutter deep inside the jaws of the pliers
that will cut from either side. Fencing pliers will also grip wire
in the wide teeth on the end of the jaws to twist into loops for
attaching spring electric wire gates. Splice wire together to
attach pieces for longer lengths of wire.
Fasten wire ties with fencing pliers by wrapping around the post
and placing each wire tie end around the fencing. The jaws allow
squeezing wire tightly to wrap in a circular motion around the
fencing to ensure stability.
Stretch barbed wire by firmly gripping the wire and turning the
wire in a twisting motion, which will pull the wire into a loop
that you turn in one direction to tighten with each turn. Older
fences or fences that have damage from falling trees will loosen
and sag. Fencing pliers can tighten all of these areas.
Strike nails with the head to drive them into any type of wood with
a hammering motion. Protruding nail tips will snip off with the
wire cutter deep in the jaws so that the sharp tips do not cause
injury to animals or persons.
Pull staples by inserting the long curved tip of fencing pliers
under the middle of the staple and pulling in an outward motion.
Leaning the tool and using the post or wood that the staple is in
for leverage helps to pull tightly driven staples. This part of the
pliers works as the curved end on a claw hammer.