Hand crimping pliers (drywall pliers) for joining sheet metal, e.g. U & CW profiles without screws or blind rivets.
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- Order number: 80000051
- Supplier Name: Malco
- Supplier Number: PL1R EV
- EAN: 68604653526
The PL1R Metal Stud Crimper features a unique punch and die shape that creates a rectangular crimp connection by bending over layered thicknesses of channel and stud at one time to form a sturdy bond without the use of fasteners. The crimp is always the proper strength and resists stress from any angle. The tool fits inside the smallest stud and runner. Handles spring back after making a crimp so that punch is back in a ready position to go on to the next stud or fastening point. Lightweight and compact size allows the user to work overhead with ease. The tool body consists of a strong, die-cast aluminum “C” frame head and rust-resistant, nickel plated steel handles and parts stampings. The long-life punch and die are formed from tool steel and are also easily replaced on the job.
The Malco PL1R Stud Crimper also features ergonomic RedLine Handle technology. An Engineered handle opening compliments the natural power stroke of any user’s hand and maximizes the powerful 7:1 mechanical advantage of compound-leverage head to handle linkage. Comfortable handle grip contours, a non-slip grip insert, spring handle actuation and a thumb-operated handle latch ensure a natural fit and feel for comfortable one hand operation anywhere on the job.
QUALITY & INNOVATION:
In 1950, Mark Keymer, a young salesman for steel products, developed and launches a pipe crimper he had invented for installing metal pipe shafts in heating systems. He insists on quality design and sets the standard for the new company. More inventions followed:
- The first hand seamer or the press brake with composite lever handles.
- The time-saving hand notcher for a V-shaped cut with just one movement
- The hand-operated snap-lock hole punch
Just the right tools for crimping, bending, folding or hemming metal. Today, Malco continues the tradition of quality and innovation, distributing thousands of products from its headquarters in Annandale, Minnesota to craft professionals across the U.S. and around the world.
A proud heritage for a promising future.