pipe wrench


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pipe wrench

[′pīp ‚rench]
(design engineering)
A tool designed to grip and turn a pipe or rod about its axis in one direction only.

pipe wrench

pipe wrench
A hand tool having one jaw movable and the other relatively fixed, the two being shaped so as to tighten when placed on a pipe and rotated in one direction.
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Daniel Stillson had invented his pipe wrench during a post-Civil War economic boom for the Northern states, but the principles are still the same--ingenuity, focus, and creativity can drive innovation in a recession as well.
Today, Ridge Tool manufactures over 300 different tools in more than 4,000 models and sizes ranging from the original RIDGID pipe wrench to hand threaders, pipe cutters, threading machines, power drives, and tubing tools of many different types and sizes.
His girlfriend killed Ms Li Yonghong by bashing her head with a pipe wrench and strangling her with electric wire.
Swaim beat Weston to death with a knife sharpener and a pipe wrench during a fight in 1993, then killed her crippled dachshund-mix dog and tossed both their bodies into a septic tank, according to trial testimony.
Dude's handy with a pipe wrench and a trombone, too.
Tenders are invited for Group 10- purchase of pipe wrench 14 inches hera make qty 50 nos.
The closure can be easily operated with a standard 24- or 36-inch pipe wrench.
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In its second day of deliberation, the Lancaster Superior Court jury asked to be read back Steven Swaim's testimony that Barbara Weston was an abusive alcoholic and that he was defending himself when he caved in her skull with a knife sharpener and a pipe wrench.
Martinez testified during the preliminary hearing that Swaim told investigators he hit Weston repeatedly with a pipe wrench during a fight two years earlier.
f) Chain Pipe Wrench Heavy duty forged jaws, specially designed double sided reversible and interchangeable forged jaw to give longer life, handle red, jaw black lacquered as the product is based on is IS-4123 of size 1100mm long, 834mm chain length Nos 01
The closure can be operated with a standard 24-inch or 36-inch pipe wrench.