Small, fine and safe: the electronics pliers for fine installation work
Long, round tips for a great deal of freedom of movement even where space is restricted
Electronic equipment, printed circuit boards and precision constructions such as measuring equipment or delicate apparatus are usually built in tight spaces. A compact tool is therefore needed which can also be used to work well even in poorly accessible areas. The tips of these precision gripping pliers are very long for ideal access also to concealed parts. With an overall length of 145 mm and their long, slim and round head, the 35 72 145 electronics pliers from Knipex are the ideal tool for the delicate gripping, holding and bending of sensitive components. The gripping surfaces are smooth ground to protect sensitive surfaces.
Smooth operating and accurate, with box joint design and double spring
The accurate, well-measured transmission of manual force to the component is decisive for gripping pliers for small and sensitive components. The mechanics of the Knipex 35 72 145 are therefore very finely adjusted. The box joint is solid and smooth operating because the inner handle is guided on both sides by the outer handle. This ensures precise running without any tilting effect. The low friction double spring supports the gentle opening of the pliers– an advantage with frequently recurring work.
High Knipex quality standards and safety rust protection
The handles of the Knipex 35 72 145 electronics pliers are forged from special tool steel, oil-hardened, carefully deburred, mirror-polished and completed with opening spring and rivet to produce gripping pliers in accordance with Knipex quality standards. These electronics pliers do not use chrome-plating as rust protection, because pieces of chrome that peel off could lead to damage to printed circuit boards. A mirror polish in conjunction with a fine oil film applied in the factory protects the pliers. This corrosion protection is perfectly adequate for workshop use as long as the oil film is replaced occasionally.