Press Release Summary:
IDEAL Aviation Tin Snips, featuring black-oxidized chrome-moly steel forged blades, meet ANSI and DNI standards. They are available in straight, left, and right cutting designs, and feature hardened and serrated cutting edges that enable stable hold when cutting. Snips include secure safety latch with quick opening/closing design, plus dual-durometer grips that offer comfort and non-slip gripping surface.
Original Press Release:
IDEAL Aviation Tin Snips Have Labor Saving Design
SYCAMORE, IL, November 23, 2001 -IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. is providing electricians, maintenance professionals and manufacturers with a faster, easier and safer way to cut through ductwork, stainless steel and other exotic metals with the introduction of new IDEAL-brand Aviation Tin Snips featuring black-oxidized chrome-moly steel forged blades for superior strength and durability. The new snips have a labor saving design that meets ANSI and DNI standards. Available in straight, left and right cutting designs, IDEAL Aviation Tin Snips are distinguished by their scientifically hardened and serrated cutting edges that enable a more stable, safer hold when cutting. The edges prevent slippage to reduce the potential for user injuries from sheared metal edges. To further promote safety, the snips have a secure safety latch with a quick opening/closing design, plus dual-durometer grips that are offer both comfort and a non-slip gripping surface. IDEAL Aviation Tin Snips are built for long-time service and day-to-day dependability. In addition to the rugged blades, the snips have a high tensile fastener and a double over-wing spring with exceptionally high torsional strength.