Definition of Chain wrench
1. Noun. Another name for chain tongs.
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Literary usage of Chain wrench
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1. Mechanical World and Engineering Record (1881)
"... New Type chain wrench A NEW type of chain wrench which does not rely for its grip upon the bite of a serrated jaw into the work, ..."
2. The Engineers' Review (1905)
"This feature makes the Trimo Bulldog the strongest chain wrench on the market. Both jaws and handle are drop-forged steel, and the chain thoroughly tested. ..."
3. Audels Engineers and Mechanics Guide by Frank Duncan Graham (1921)
"It is best to use a chain wrench on the larger sizes of pipe, discarding the Stillson for sizes over 3 inches- Never use a- Stillson ..."
4. Deep Well Drilling: The Principles and Practices of Deep Well Drilling, and by Walter Henry Jeffrey (1921)
"Pass the chain of a chain wrench around the two handles and tighten up with the wrench. This will make a sufficiently tight joint to hold until it can he ..."
5. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"... i pipe lift; i chain wrench for pipe 5 in outside diam; i alligator wrench for pipe 5 in outside diam ..."
6. American Electricians' Handbook: A Reference Book for Practical Electrical by Terrell Croft (1913)
"Renewable Jayt Hand te--" Handle I Stilson Wrench U chain wrench FIG. 153.—Wrenches for conduit. that they can be ..."
7. Handbook of Construction Equipment: Its Cost and Use by Richard Turner Dana (1921)
"... 1 Set of thread protectors for boxes 1.00 1 Rope socket for 1% in. cable 1980 2 Heavy tool wrenches for 216 in. sq 36.30 1 chain wrench bar 8.25 1 Round ..."