Midwest Snips New 2008 Full-Line Catalog Now Available

Midwest Snips New 2008 Full-Line Catalog Now Available

Midwest Tool And Cutlery Company's new 2008 catalog is now available and provides product and application information for its full line of Made in USA aviation snips, tinner snips and HVAC/R specialty tools ....

Midwest Tool And Cutlery Company’s new 2008 catalog is now available and provides product and application information for its full line of Made in USA aviation snips, tinner snips and HVAC/R specialty tools. The three-language (English, Spanish and French) catalog includes new products in the following categories: replaceable blade tinner snips, specialty snips and HVAC/R specialty tools.

“Our 2008 catalog illustrates our continued focus on new product innovation that helps contractors and tradesmen get the job done faster, easier and safer,” said Stephen Deter, president/CEO, Midwest Tool and Cutlery Company.

New products include MagSnips offset replaceable blade snips, the KNIFTI-CUT shop/electrician shear and utility snip and the Duct Tightener Tool. MagSnips feature a light-in-weight magnesium frame weighing just 14 oz. and offset blades that keeps hands safe and flow the material being cut for ease in cutting long rigid materials. The new Duct Tightener tool features a unique design that makes it fast and easy for one person to connect duct runs. The compact size easily fits into a tool pouch so it’s always at hand and ready to use. The KNIFTI-CUT snip is a compact multi-purpose snip featuring needle-nose blades that provide ready access to confined areas, a two-inch cut length and highly durable hot-drop forged blades.

Detailed specifications on each product including cut length, cutting capacity and suggested applications are provided, making the catalog a handy application guide for all tool users. The catalog is available at all Midwest Snips distributors and can also be viewed and downloaded at www.midwestsnips.com.

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