Wire Holding Forceps

Wire Holding Forceps

Wire Holding Forceps

Wire holding instruments are used by orthopedic surgeons to hold, drag and manipulate a wire. Orthopedic surgeons also can use this instrument to add tension force to wires used to approximate fractured bone segments.

Flat Nose Plier Cross Serrated Square Tips

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier Cross Serrated Square Tips

Flat Nose Plier Cross Serrated Round Tips

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier Cross Serrated Round Tips

Flat Nose Plier Serrated Tips

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier Serrated Tips

Flat Nose Plier Cross Serrated Tips

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier Cross Serrated Tips

Flat Nose Plier With Crosswise Groove

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier With Crosswise Groove

Flat Nose Plier Pointed

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier Pointed

Flat Nose Plier With Longitudinal Groove

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier With Longitudinal Groove

Combi-Flat Nose Plier For Bending and Cutting

Wire Holding Forceps

Combi-Flat Nose Plier For Bending and Cutting

Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip

Vise Grip Plier

Wire Holding Forceps

Vise Grip Plier

Combi-Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip - Compound Action

Wire Holding Forceps

Combi-Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip - Compound Action

Combi-Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip - Compound Action

Wire Holding Forceps

Combi-Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip - Compound Action

Combi-Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip - Compound Action

Wire Holding Forceps

Combi-Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip - Compound Action

Flat Nose Plier

Wire Holding Forceps

Flat Nose Plier

Unlike TC wire holding forceps, these patterns of forceps are used to apply more powerful hold over a wire and their thicker handles help performing this function. Wire holding forceps have different shapes of rough tips. Rough tips ensure that the wire is tightly held to prevent slippage. Larger tip forceps are used to hold thicker wires, while pointed tip forceps are usually used to hold thinner ones.Surtex instruments offers a number of different wire holding forceps patterns such as Flat Nose Plier Parallel Grip which is characterized by thick handle and blades to allow holding and twisting large-sized wires. Surtex wire holding forceps are manufactured using premium grade stainless steel that ensures the instrument can endure forceful traction and twisting made by orthopedic surgeons.