Burndy Y1MRTC Hytool Ratchet Crimper, Copper Hydent Terminals, Splices, and Thin-Wall C-Taps, 0.73″ Width, 9-7/8″ Length

$424.91

The Burndy Y1MRTC Hytool crimper is a manually operated ratchet crimper that is suitable for use with a range of copper terminals, splices, and taps. Its ratchet mechanism ensures that proper crimp force is applied with each operation, and its permanent rotating die is color coded to match color coded connectors. Each crimp embosses the connection with the die index so there is a permanent identifier for inspection of the installed connectors. This crimper has molded comfort grips that reduce user fatigue from continuous use. It is suitable for in-shop or field repairs and installations using copper conductors and connectors in a variety of industrial and commercial settings. Specifications Crimper type Ratchet, hand-operated Weight 1.7 lb. Dimensions* 9.875 x 2.72 inches (L x W) For use with #8 to 4 AWG code and flex YA, YS, YAV, YSV For use with #3 AWG YA, YS For use with #2 AWG solid, code, and flex YA, YS, YAV, YSV For use with #1 AWG code YA, YS *L is length, the horizontal distance from the bottom of the tool to the top; W is width, the horizontal distance from the end of one handle to the end of the other handle while the tool is closed. Crimpers, also called crimping tools, pinch wire terminals and connectors to wires to prepare them for use in electrical or communications applications. They have nests and indenters that vary in size and shape according to application. Manual crimpers are suitable for portable applications that create small terminal connections while power crimpers use air, electricity, hydraulic power, or a combination of these to aid compression, and are used in high volume applications. Crimpers can be used for applications ranging from manual field repairs to fully automated terminal production operations. Burndy manufactures cable connection and management products.  The company, founded in 1924, is headquartered in Manchester, NH. What’s in the Box? Y1MRTC crimp tool Safety operating and maintenance instructions

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Description

Brand: Burndy

Features:

  • Manual ratchet crimper for use with a range of copper terminals, splices, and taps
  • Ratchet mechanism ensures proper crimp force with each operation
  • Permanent rotating die is color coded to match color coded connectors
  • Molded comfort grips reduce user fatigue
  • Die index embossment allows permanent inspection of installed connectors

Details: The Burndy Y1MRTC Hytool crimper is a manually operated ratchet crimper that is suitable for use with a range of copper terminals, splices, and taps. Its ratchet mechanism ensures that proper crimp force is applied with each operation, and its permanent rotating die is color coded to match color coded connectors. Each crimp embosses the connection with the die index so there is a permanent identifier for inspection of the installed connectors. This crimper has molded comfort grips that reduce user fatigue from continuous use. It is suitable for in-shop or field repairs and installations using copper conductors and connectors in a variety of industrial and commercial settings.
Specifications

Crimper type
Ratchet, hand-operated

Weight
1.7 lb.

Dimensions*
9.875 x 2.72 inches (L x W)

For use with #8 to 4 AWG code and flex
YA, YS, YAV, YSV

For use with #3 AWG
YA, YS

For use with #2 AWG solid, code, and flex
YA, YS, YAV, YSV

For use with #1 AWG code
YA, YS

*L is length, the horizontal distance from the bottom of the tool to the top; W is width, the horizontal distance from the end of one handle to the end of the other handle while the tool is closed.
Crimpers, also called crimping tools, pinch wire terminals and connectors to wires to prepare them for use in electrical or communications applications. They have nests and indenters that vary in size and shape according to application. Manual crimpers are suitable for portable applications that create small terminal connections while power crimpers use air, electricity, hydraulic power, or a combination of these to aid compression, and are used in high volume applications. Crimpers can be used for applications ranging from manual field repairs to fully automated terminal production operations.
Burndy manufactures cable connection and management products.  The company, founded in 1924, is headquartered in Manchester, NH.
What’s in the Box?

Y1MRTC crimp tool
Safety operating and maintenance instructions

UPC: 781810271292