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Produktbeschreibungen

Bolzenschneider - Beschreibung

Kurzrang Bolzenschneider
Hochleistung
Länge: 450mm (18 Zoll ca.)
Made mit massiven Chrom-Vanadiumblättern
Stahlgriffe
Rutschfeste PVC-Beschichtung Griffe
Verstellbare Klingen, um sogar Angleichung zu gewährleisten Bolzen
Schneiden Sie durch Heftklammern, Schrauben und Amp; Nägel
Verwendung für Fechtenarbeit
Ideal zum Schneiden von Stacheldraht, elektrischer Fechten Wire amp; Amp; Mesh-Draht

Bolzenschneider - Vorteile
Licht zum Halten, aber starkes Werkzeug
Scharfe Schnittaktion
Chrom-Klingen für lange Lebensdauer amp; Amp; Haltbarkeit und leistungsstarke Griffe aus Q215 Stahl (struktureller Stahl)
Handy-Werkzeug in Ihrem Werkzeugkasten


18" Bolzenschneider

Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography

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