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Cordless Cable Cutter, 14.4V NiCd

GREENLEE

Price: $2,642.00 / each

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  • Item # 15X817
  • Mfr. Model # ES100011
  • UNSPSC # 23171604
  • Catalog Page # 1147
  • Shipping Weight 18.1 lbs.
Country of Origin TaiwanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCordless Cable Cutter
  • Battery Included/Bare ToolBattery Included
  • Voltage14.4V
  • Cutting Capacity/Material1000 MCM Copper, 1000 MCM Aluminum
  • Tool Length14-3/4"
  • Tool Weight7.3 lb.
  • Battery TypeNiCd
  • Battery CapacityMax 2.4 A/hr.
  • Battery IncludedMfr. No. 45378
  • Battery Pack ReplacementMfr. No. 45378
  • FeaturesOne Hand Operation, Extra Heavy Blades for Clean Cuts and Long Life,
  • Includes(2) Batteries, Battery Charger, Molded Carrying Case
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