Insulated Water Pump Plier, Serrated Jaw Type, Groove Joint Adjustment Type, Ergonomic Handle Type
- Item# 1N095
- Mfr. Model# D502-10-INS
- Catalog Page# 1077
- UNSPSC# 27112113
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- Item Insulated Water Pump Plier
- Plier Jaw Style Straight Jaw
- Adjustment Type Groove Joint
- Handle Type Ergonomic
- Overall Length 10-1/4"
- Max. Jaw Opening 1-3/4"
- Tether Capable Standard Tool (Accessory Needed for Tethering)
- Material Steel
- Finish Natural
- Features Two Layers Of Insulation Provide Protection Against Electric Shock, Thick, Exceptionally Tough, High-Dielectric White Inner Coating Is Bonded To The Tool, A Flame Retardant, Impact-Resistant, Bright Orange Outer Coating, Secure Tongue and Groove Design for Non-Slip Grip - Even With Heavy Pressure, Integral Guards Help Prevent Hand Contact With Conductive Parts, Orange Handle Color
- Standards IEC 60900, ASTM F1505
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