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Small Wire Stripper Excellent 1

Small Wire Stripper Excellent 1

Simple and easy to use. Jaws incorporate cutting and stripping blade. With hardened jaws.

  • Stripping range: 0.25mm – 2.5mm2
  • Stripper diameter to can adjusted  for different wire cross sections
  • Precise blade design without damaging the conductor cores
  • During stripping, the wire is held firm by clamping jaws
  •  adjustable width stop
  • With a spring, returns the stripper to its start position

$15.00

Small Wire Stripper Excellent 1

Simple and easy to use. Jaws incorporate cutting and stripping blade. With hardened jaws.

  • Stripping range: 0.25mm – 2.5mm2
  • Stripper diameter to can adjusted  for different wire cross sections
  • Precise blade design without damaging the conductor cores
  • During stripping, the wire is held firm by clamping jaws
  •  adjustable width stop
  • With a spring, returns the stripper to its start position

How to Use a Small Wire Stripper to

Terminate Wire Endings

Small Wire Stripper Excellent 1

Wire strippers are a must-have tool for any electrician. But sometimes, the wire stripper may not be able to fit the size of the wire you need to strip. That’s when a small wire stripper will come in handy.

To use a small wire stripper, you will need to hold the end of the wire in one hand and wrap it around the end of your finger or thumb. You then insert it into the slot that is cut out for your size and push it down on the blade until it cuts through all four strands of your copper cable.

Introduction: What is a Wire Stripper?

Wire strippers are tools used to strip the insulation and expose the metal conductor of a wire. The stripper is designed to cut through the insulation without damaging the conductor.

Wire strippers come in two types: stranded and solid wire. The stranded wire stripper is designed for use on wires that have multiple strands of thin metal wires wrapped around each other, such as telephone cable or speaker wire. The solid wire stripper is designed for use on single-strand wires, such as those found in lamp cords or appliance cords.

How to Cut the Insulation from a Stranded Wire?

Insulation on stranded wires can be cut with a wire insulation cutter. This tool is also called an insulation stripper.

The wire insulation cutter is designed to cut the insulation of stranded wires without damaging the conductor. It has a sharp blade that cuts through the insulating material without cutting into the conductor, which is usually copper or aluminum, and can be insulated with either plastic or rubber.

A wire insulation cutter will not damage the conductor because it has a sharp blade that cuts through the insulating material without cutting into it.

How to Prepare a Wire for Termination?

It is very important to prepare a wire for termination. Insulation-less wires are most often used in the field of electronics and they need to be properly prepared before they can be terminated. The first step is to strip the wire so that it has a clean surface, where you will solder on the connector.

What is the Best Way to Strip a Solid Wire to Prepare it for Termination?

Small Wire Stripper Excellent 1

The best way to strip a solid wire is to use a wire stripper. There are two types of wire strippers: one has a single blade and the other has multiple blades. The single blade type is most commonly used for stripping solid wires.

A wire stripper will cut through the insulation and remove it from the end of the wire that you want to terminate. You can then put on your connector and crimp it down with pliers, or use an electrical crimping tool, which is faster but more expensive.

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