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Wire rope cutter FELCO C7
Quality Swiss tool. Specially hardened blades have long lives. These wire-cutters are used in rigging and sailmaking. The handles are bent in such a way that the whole body can be used for cutting. The blades are formed in such a way...
Swaging tool/wire rope cutter HIT
Pliers for crimping stranded wire with copper crimps (Art-Nr. 2346-020 to -050). Equipped with wire cutters in a simple and inexpensive design for recreational boaters. Not adjustable. Crimping pressures: C, G, M, P and X.
Swaging Tool NICOPRESS
Precise pliers for crimping stranded wire from 1.5 to 4 mm (Model NT64) or 3 to 5 mm (Model NT63) . Professional tool. Properly completed crimps approach the strength of processed wire. Length: 510 mm. Interchangeable jaws for 5 und 6 mm...
Hand swaging tool
Simple tool for recreational boaters, so that they can undertake compression of copper crimping thimbles on stainless steel wires. For screwing.
Swaging tool for 1/16" wire
Basic swaging tool of groove C for 1,6 - 2 mm (1/16") wire. Made in the USA from stainless steel with handles from red plastic.
Original NICOPRESS crimps, made from nickeled copper for thimble and eye compressions on stainless steel wires. Through the NICOPRESS process of professionally executed crimping, these crimps approach the strength of processed wire. The...
Simple, inexpensive highly effective wire cutters. Necessary onboard emergency tool, for example, if the mast breaks. Hardened blades.
A good and inexpensive stranded-wire cutter for workshop and onboard use. The hardened triangular blades ensure a clean, flat cut. Made in Japan.
Hydraulik Wire rope cutter
Handy tool for cutting stranded wires. In an emergency, even thick wires can be cut with little effort. The maximum required strength for the hydraulic levers is a mere 18 daN (kg). The cutting head is set on the wire with a...