Snap-on CAT3 - page 153

TOOLS@HEIGHT
Any tool that weighs more than 5 pounds should be attached to an anchor point such as a work platform or utility bucket rather than the operator.
TOOLS@HEIGHT PIN PUNCHES
TOOLS@HEIGHT SOLID PUNCHES
TOOLS@HEIGHT PRICK PUNCHES
TOOLS@HEIGHT CENTER PUNCHES
Heavy Duty Industrial Grade
Product Code Stock Size
Point Diameter
Length (Inches)
Weight (lbs)
P-4-TH
5
16
1
8
4
3
4
0.09
P-5-TH
5
16
5
32
5
0.10
P-6-TH
5
16
3
16
5
1
4
0.15
P-8-TH
3
8
1
4
5
3
4
0.17
P-10-TH
7
16
5
16
6
0.24
Features
• For driving out and removing already loosened pins and
keys after initial movement by a solid or starter punch.
Heavy Duty Industrial Grade
Product Code
Stock Size
Point Diameter
Length (Inches)
Weight (lbs)
P-14-TH
3
8
1
8
5
0.15
P-15-TH
3
8
5
32
5
0.15
P-16-TH
3
8
3
16
5
0.16
P-17-TH
1
2
1
4
5
0.16
P-18-TH
3
8
7
32
5
0.15
Features
• For loosening frozen or tight pins and keys or knocking out rivets.
• Also called starter punches because they are ideal for loosening frozen pins.
Heavy Duty Industrial Grade
Product Code
Stock Size
Length (Inches)
Weight (lbs)
P-32-TH
1
2
6
.28
Features
• For scribing lines into metal before cutting or riveting, and
for punching starting holes for short metal screws.
• Point is more tapered than center punch.
Heavy Duty Industrial Grade
Product Code
Stock Size
Blade Width (Inches)
Weight (lbs)
P-38-TH
1
4
4
.05
P-39-TH
5
6
4
1
2
.08
P-40-TH
3
8
5
.09
P-42-TH
1
2
6
.07
Features
• Pierces or marks work by indentation for starting
pilot drills in metal or other materials.
P-16
-TH
P-4-TH
C-32-TH
P-40-TH
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