Hand Tools

Cr-Mo Locking Pliers

Ronix Locking Pliers

Working with some hand tools seems easy and effortless, but their production process is not as simple as you might think. To produce high-quality and durable hand tools, a lot of precision and accuracy is needed. As tools are often used to improve humans’ abilities, working with them should be safe for all people with different levels of proficiency in their work. To provide the safest working experience for our customers, Ronix has devoted a lot of time, effort and energy in developing its tools. All of Ronix tools have been heavily tested by a variety of users; from highly professionals to beginners. And Ronix tools have all been improved upon the results of these tests. This is the reason behind the excellent functionality and impeccable design of Ronix tools. One of the most practical tools among Ronix hand tools that has proved its usability among our users in Ronix Locking Pliers. Let’s dive deeper in the details of these amazing hand tools.

How does a locking plier work?

Locking pliers have the ability to be locked in a position with the help of an over-center toggle. They basically have two handles. One of them has an adjusting screw at the end which improves the holding pressure. This improvement results in a better gripping of a wide range of shapes in different sizes. The other handle is equipped with a guarded trigger release for quickly releasing the locking plier. Ronix aims to provide the users convenience during operations. This is why the Ronix Locking Pliers are designed in an advanced manner to improve performance.

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Locking pliers VS regular pliers ; what are the advantages?

Locking pliers and regular pliers are both extremely practical tools. But what locking pliers can offer that regular pliers cannot?

The first one is that locking pliers have a stronger lever action compared to regular pliers. Because of this, they can deliver more force for heavier duty applications. Secondly, despite delivering more force and being more powerful, they can offer more control as well. The mechanism of jaws and the fact that they cannot close beyond the set point, makes controlling the force easier that ordinary pliers. And last but not least, there is no need for you to apply force to make them closed for a long time; once a locking plier is locked, they remain locked without any user intervention.

What makes Ronix Locking Pliers revolutionary and unique?

One of the core values of Ronix is to provide users all around the world with world-class quality and professional tools. By constantly monitoring the needs of various users in distinct industries, Ronix aims to offer innovative solutions to their problems. One of these innovations that has come directly from these observations is a hex key at the bottom of the Ronix Locking Pliers’ adjusting screw. This hex key adjusting screw is tightened to adjust the pressure and draw different workpieces together and provide and also provide a controlled release.

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The real reason why Ronix uses the Chrome Molybdenum alloy in its locking pliers

The Ronix Locking Pliers are made from high-quality Cr-Mo alloy. Molybdenum is the basic element of many alloys. The reason lies in the high temperature resistance of Mo. Molybdenum is able to resist really high temperatures and this is why it is widely used in the industries that require materials that are can withstand it such as energy and oil and gas industries. In addition, Mo offers high strength and is creep-resistant. On the other hand, Chrome has a good hardness penetration. The product of Cr and Mo combination is properties like creep strength, hardenability, wear resistance, rigidity, good impact resistance, and ease of fabrication. The Ronix Locking Pliers that are made of high-quality Cr-Mo material can offer the highest resistance during industrial and heavy-duty applications. They are also immune to wear and tear and have a long service life.

Chloé Malraux

My name is Chloé Malraux. I am 28 years old. I have spent my studies in the field of the French language, literature, and civilization at the doctoral level at the Sorbonne nouvelle- Paris 3 University. At the Institut de Design d'Intérieur in boulevard Malesherbes, I took Interior Design Courses. I am interested in redoing the house, small renovations, and home repairs and changing the decoration with the help of light tools and my creative ideas.

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