PA1113 - 

Wire Stripper & Cutting Tool, 28-10 AWG / 0.08-6mm² THHN/THHW Industrial Insulations

PA1113 - Wire Stripper & Cutting Tool, 28-10 AWG / 0.08-6mm² THHN/THHW Industrial Insulations

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28AWG to 10AWG
0.08mm² to 6mm²
THHN & THHW Industrial Insulations
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The PA1113 is a stripax® Pro 6 Stripper with 28 to 10AWG capacity range. This stripper provides nick-free stripping of insulation with no damage to conductors. The strip has standard insulations including PVC, rubber and silicone. Built-in cutter provides a smooth, straight cut without distorting the conductor. Fine adjustment slider on top of tool lets you adjust to the insulation thickness. Handles designed for comfort and require low hand force. Not for PTFE or Kapton hard insulations. This is a perfect companion for any of our wire ferrule crimpers. Consistently strips heavy-duty and industrial insulations including THHN and THHW.
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