DIAGONAL CUTTING PLIER FOR HARD WIRE 140 MM
FOR THE PROFESSIONAL WHO CUTS HARD WIRE FOR A LIVING. ADD THIS MAUN MASTERPIECE TO YOUR TOOLBOX TODAY.
A high-leverage cutter for soft, hard, dental and piano wire.
Designed with a compound-lever action to reduce effort when cutting.
- High-leverage design cuts hard wire with minimal effort.
- Cut piano and dental wire with ease.
- Requires less effort than conventional pliers of the same size.
- Easy to operate, regardless of your hand size.
- Built to last, with a robust construction and rust-proof finish.
- Compound-lever action for less effort when cutting.
- Accurate cutting edges.
- Induction-hardened jaws to HRC 64, precisely shaped for durability and accuracy.
- Zinc-plated handles with detailing for added grip.
- Available in a choice of lengths to suit different wire types.
Also commonly known as side cutters, these diagonal cutters are versatile for use by professionals and DIY enthusiasts, ideal for:
- Dental laboratories and practices for cutting dental wire (140 mm).
- Piano technicians for cutting piano wire.
- Manufacturers of sprung bed mattresses (160 mm).
- Engineers and mechanics for general hard wire cutting.
- Electricians for cutting small diameter electrical cable and wire. WARNING: this tool must not be used on live electrical wire.
- Jewellers, hobbyists and craft workers for cutting wire (140 mm).
- Made in England.
- 140 mm length.
- 10 mm jaw opening.
- 8 mm jaw width.
- Cutting capacity: hard wire 1.6 mm diameter, soft wire 2.0 mm diameter.
- BS 3087-7:1996, ISO 5747:1995.
- This plier is also available in 160 mm.
- For soft plastic grips for added comfort, see our Diagonal Cutting Plier For Hard Wire Comfort Grips 140 mm.
Our diagonal cutters are another problem solver from Maun. Engineered for professionals who cut hard wire for a living. We see problems and find innovative ways to solve them.
So, why settle for ordinary? We don’t. And you shouldn’t either.
Our cutters have been in action for over 75 years. Each and every one is engineered to last and has been since 1944.