A crimping tool from Grainger can bend, cut, strip and crimp insulated wiring in a snap. For cable and phone installation specialists, a handy crimp tool can cut and strip electrical wiring in a jiffy. A hose crimper will manipulate brass and aluminum barbs to give you a tight hose fit for automotive AC and home refrigeration installations. And to keep cable wiring bundled tight, a tie tensioner tool can deliver 18 to 50 pounds of cable tie strength. Grainger stocks a wide variety of specialized crimping tools to help you get the job done right.
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