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What are the parts of concretor’s nippers and pliers?

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The parts of concretor's nippers and pliers are jaws, cutting edges,pivot bolt and handles

Jaws

The jaws of a concretor's nippers and pliers The jaws are the part of the tool in front of the pivot bolt (see below). They are used to grip and cut the steel wire ties that hold rebar together for steel reinforced concrete.

Cutting edge

The cutting edges on concretor's nippers and pliers are at the tips of the jaws. The cutting edges are ground onto the tips of the jaws. Cutting edges can be applied to both jaws as in a double sharp design or can have a knife and anvil design.
Concretor's nippers and pliers can have either double sharp cutting edges or a knife and anvil cutting edge. Concretor’s nippers with a knife and anvil cutting edge design have a sharp cutting edge applied to the upper jaw and a flat anvil surface applied to the lower jaw. The manufacturers of this design claim it extends the working life of the cutting edge.

Pivot bolt

The pivot bolt of concretor's nippers and pliers connects the two halves of the tool together. The pivot bolt connects the two halves of the tool together and acts as the pivot point (see How do concretor’s nippers and pliers work?) between the handles and the jaws.

Handles

The handles of concretor's nippers and pliers provide the leverage needed to cut wire ties used on rebar. The handles of concretor’s nippers and pliers are used to hold and grip the tool and provide the leverage (see  How do concretor’s nippers and pliers work?) needed to cut the wire used to tie rebar together.
Some cocretor's nippers and pliers have bi-material or PVC handles. Some concretor’s nippers and pliers have handles that have either a PVC or bi-material coating (see What are concretor’s nippers and pliers made of?) which gives the user a more comfortable and better grip of the tool.