• cuts Cu cables up to approx. Ø 15 mm
• not designed for cutting steel
• small and very effective
• a professional tool with high quality
• gives a clean cut surface
• length 200 mm, weight 300 g
Cutting and stripping tool.
• cutting and stripping tool in high quality steel
• cuts and strips 0.5-6 mm² (20-10 AWG)
• light and efficient
• lockable strip setting
• length 140 mm, weight 103 g
Self adjusting stripping and cutting tool.
• with stripping knife, straight blade, for PVC insulation 0.02-10 mm² (AWG 34-8)
• with stripping knife, V-shaped blade, for PVC and hard insulations like PTFE 0.1-4 mm² (AWG 28-12)
• with stripping knife, oval-shaped blade, for 4-16 mm² (AWG 12-5)
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Cable stripping tool.
• two interchangeable hooks for various cable diameters
• locked position for cross, longitudinal and spiral cuts
• stripping: cable diameters 4.5 - 40 mm, insulation thicknesses up to 4.5 mm
• reserve knife can be stored in the handle
• area Ø 4.5-40 mm
• dimensions: 150x42x31 mm (small hook)
• dimensions: 167x52x31 mm (big hook)
• weight 116 g
Stripper tool for signal, telephone, audio, instrument, data and similar cables.
• precise setting and adjustment performed with nine-position adjustment knob
• stripping: cables Ø 2.5-11 mm, up to 1.0 mm thick cable insulation
• flexible: strips or removes insulation on most multistrand conductors and optic cables up to Ø 11 mm
• easy changing of blade cassette
• area Ø 2.5-11 mm
• dimensions: 91x40x19 mm
• weight 28 g
• the edge is ribbed and strips all types of PVC insulation
• the mechanical components are made of tempered steel
• the handle is made of fibreglass reinforced nylon (PA)
• area 0.08-2.5 mm
• max cutting Ø 2.5, solid 1.5
• length 100 mm
• weight 160 g
Stripping tool for coaxial cable, diam 2.5-7.6 mm. Corex II is always supplied with 1 basic tool, 1 cassette (will last for 2000 strippings), 1 adjustment gauge, 4 V blocks, 1 adjusting spanner and Swedish instructions.
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