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Safe, fast, and clean conductor stripping

Stripping is the next step in the manufacturing process for creating reliable crimping. In this case, a distinction is made between stripping and removing the sheath.

Stripping is used as a generic term as well as to describe the removal of insulation from conductors up to 16 mm². Removal describes the stripping process for large conductor cross sections and multi-strand or multi-layered lines and cables.

Insulation can be removed professionally and quickly using appropriate stripping tools. The length of insulation to be removed varies depending on the terminal point and connector. This is set by means of adjustable limit stops and ensures consistent stripping lengths.

Stripping conductors with stripping pliers
Description Language Updated
Table for conductor pull-out force per cross section [PDF, 34 KB] english 25.03.2017


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