Wholesale Electrical Wire Crimper - Mini-type Self-adjustable Crimping Plier HSC8 16-4 – Sibo
Wholesale Electrical Wire Crimper - Mini-type Self-adjustable Crimping Plier HSC8 16-4 – Sibo Detail:
For wire-end ferrules
Pressed into a regular quadrilateral
It is applicable for tubular bare terminals and pre-insulated terminal on non-welding connection complied with standard electrical connection. When crimping, the terminal should be put into crimping pliers laterally. The demanded pressing force must be reached crimping. Due to perfect gripping position fixed and logical and light structure and the handle shape design meeting human being engineering principle, it reduces fatigue degree.
The design is unique due to light weight and saving energy.When crimping tightly, the griping force would evenly transfer to all the section(4 or 6 spots ) or crimping terminal. Because of reasonable design complied with human being engineering principle, the weight of the pliers is only 360g and the length of the pliers body is only 175 mm.
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By Clementine from Norway - 2016.02.14 13:19
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By Antonio from America - 2016.08.28 16:02