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Tronex models. How to make sense of it all?

Tronex models. How to make sense of it all?

09/07/2015

Manufacturers from all over the world prefer Tronex tools because of their best design and high quality.

This piece of news is a guide to decoding Tronex model numbers which should help you quickly reference and compare models.

For Cutter Models:

First Number = Handle Length

The first number of the model number for all tools refers to the handle length

  • "5" = standardhandles
  • "7" = long, ergonomichandles

Tip: Ergonomic handles are 1 inch longer than standard handles.

Second Number = Head Shape/Size

You probably won't memorize all of the variations here, but it's good to be aware of what this number means. Someexamplesarelistedbelow:

  • 3 = minioval
  • 1 = mediumoval
  • 5 = largeoval
  • 4 = minitaper
  • 2 = mediumtaper
  • 7 = largetaper
  • 0 = specialtycutters

Third Number = The Profile of the Cutter

This applies for oval and taper head cutters. Relief cutters have a "lower profile" and can get into tight spots better than standard cutters. Standard cutters have more material in the head so are stronger and can cut heavier material.

  • 1= standardprofile
  • 2= reliefprofile

See below image showing the difference between the two:

Fourth/Last number = Edge Finish

  • 1= Semi-flush
  • 2= Flush
  • 3 = RazorFlush

    For Pliers:

    First Number = Handle Length

    The first number of the model number for all tools refers to the handle length

    • "5" = standardhandles
    • "7" = long, ergonomichandles

    Second and Third Numbers = Model Number

    Each model has a unique two digit code.

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