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 PZ-67  Auto Locking Pliers with screw remover

No need to adjust the jaws opening, and just clamp it to lock!
  • Vertically serrated jaws bite a stuck screw head while locking it securely. 
    It helps to optimize your grip strength for twisting off stubborn screws.

  • Self-lock Jaws to fit different sizes of screws and workpieces automatically

  • Clamping force adjustable with the screw between the handles

  • Pull-up type release lever to open the jaws

  • Material of Jaws : Chrome Molybdenum

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Features
Features
Grip & remove a stripped screw in seconds. (Self-lock type quick clamping)

Grip & remove a stripped screw in seconds. (Self-lock type quick clamping)

Firstly place the upper jaw on the rim of screw head and squeeze the handles  while holding the upper handle steadily.

Firstly place the upper jaw on the rim of screw head and squeeze the handles  while holding the upper handle steadily.

Self-lock jaws can hold different sizes of workpieces automatically without the pre-adjustment of opening width. (Max. jaw opening : 35mm in width)

Self-lock jaws can hold different sizes of workpieces automatically without the pre-adjustment of opening width. (Max. jaw opening : 35mm in width)

Operation Guide
Step 1: Pull up the release lever to open the jaws. Step 2: Hold the workpieces temporarily. The jaws automatically fit  different sizes of screws or workpieces. Step 3: Squeeze the handles further with force to click the lock.  If necessary, the clamping force can be adjusted with the adjustment screw.

Step 1:
Pull up the release lever to open the jaws.

Step 2:
Hold the workpieces temporarily. The jaws automatically fit  different sizes of screws or workpieces.

Step 3:
Squeeze the handles further with force to click the lock. 
If necessary, the clamping force can be adjusted with the adjustment screw.

Adjustment of Clamping Force Firstly set the threaded stem of the screw in the middle position. If the pliers do not  clamp enough, turn the screw clockwise.  If you can not click the lock, turn the screw counterclockwise. 

Loosen

Tighten

Adjustment screw

Adjustment of Clamping Force


Firstly set the threaded stem of the screw in the middle position.

If the pliers do not  clamp enough, turn the screw clockwise. 

If you can not click the lock, turn the screw counterclockwise. 

Note
Note
Screw Head Size
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Dome (Truss) Head
Round or Pan Head

Screw head: dia. 3 to 9.5㎜ 

1) The tool may not remove specially-hardened, heat-treated or glued screws.

2) Be sure to apply this tool to a screw head, but not to screw thread.

Specs
Specifications
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