A pipe wrench (Stillson type) 10" is a hand tool used for gripping and turning pipes and other cylindrical objects. The "Stillson type" refers to the design of the jaws, which feature sharp, angled teeth that grip onto the pipe as pressure is applied.
Pipe wrenches are commonly used in plumbing and mechanical work, as well as in other applications where pipes and other cylindrical objects need to be gripped and turned.
To use a pipe wrench (Stillson type) 10", the user adjusts the position of the jaws to fit the size of the pipe they want to grip, then clamps the jaws onto the pipe by applying pressure to the handles of the wrench. The user can then turn the pipe by applying force to the handles of the wrench in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction.