HHCT01240 Hydraulic Crimping Tool Cu16

HHCT01240 Hydraulic Crimping Tool Cu16

SKU: HHCT01240

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Why use HHCT01240 Hydraulic Crimping Tool Cu16?

HHCT01240 Hydraulic Crimping Tool

HHCT01240 Hydraulic Crimping Tool Cu16 tool allows the user to create crimped connections through a hydraulic fluid mechanism to transfer force from the user to the tool.

  • Crimping range:Cu 16-240mm2
  • Crimping force: 70kN
  • Crimping type: hexagon crimping
  • Stroke: 18mm
  • Length: approx.475mm
  • Weight: approx.3.6kg
  • Weight of box: approx.1.8kg
  • ACCESSORIES –
  • Crimping dies: 16,25,35,50,70,95,120,150,185,240mm2
  • Sealing O-ring: one set
A joint with insufficient compression will not retain the wire within the terminal with enough force to prevent it from falling out or being pulled out.
With the force of hydraulics, you’re able to get crisp and sharp corners on each crimping job. Hydraulic crimpers are also your best choice for crimping larger, thicker connections. In short, they provide efficiency and power where it’s needed.
Crimp types fall into two basic groups: stab crimps and compression crimps. The cup and tab type crimper is a good example of a stab crimp and features a U shaped crimp point on one jaw and a short, raised projection on the other.
If you are going to try it, use a small flat-head screwdriver to push down the pins into the wires

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