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- ItemWire Wrapping Tool
- TypeElectric w/Backforce
- Number of Pieces1
- Length (In.)9-1/2
- Wire Gauge18 to 30
- Max. Insulation Dia. (In.)0.030
- Wrapping Terminal Hole Dia. (In.)0.073
- Wrapping Terminal Hole Depth (In.)1
- Unwrapping Terminal Hole Dia. (In.)0.073
- Unwrapping Terminal Hole Depth (In.)1
- Effective Radius (In.)0.15
- Outside Dia. (In.)1/4
- Square Post (In.)0.025
- Min. Terminal Diagonal (In.)0.060
- Max. Terminal Diagonal (In.)0.073
- Handle MaterialErgonomic Plastic
- Handle ColorGray
- Power Cord Length (Ft.)20
- FeaturesWrap/Unwrap Switch, Max. Usage: 2500 Cycles/Day, Backforce Spring-Loaded Internal Device to Help Operator Eliminate Excess Pressure Against Connections On Critical Applications, Assuring Every Connection on Panel Has Been Wrapped at Same Pressure
- ApplicationFor Wrapping and Unwrapping in Field Work And Assembly Line Work
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