Insulated Hook Knife Cable Stripper No. 1000

SKU:
SWM000433B01V0001
MPN:
51001000
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  • Insulated Hook Knife Cable Stripper No. 1000 - Info Image
  • Our Insulated Hook Knife Cable Stripper No. 1000 is a specially designed tool used for cutting cable insulations.  Used in applications up to 1000 volts, this tool has a specially designed curved blade for precise, easy cutting.
  • Cable stripping with Insulated Hook Knife Cable Stripper No. 1000
  • Cutting the outer insulation with our Insulated Hook Knife Cable Stripper No. 1000
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Description

  • Working Voltage up to 1000V.
  • Quick, Efficient Cutting of Multiple Insulated Cables.
  • Curved Blade Tip Helps Protect the Conductor.
  • Manufactured in Germany from High Quality Materials.

Our Insulated Hook Knife Cable Stripper No. 1000 is a specially designed tool used for cutting cable insulations. It is made in Germany by Weicon using very high quality steel for long lasting performance.

The curved blade tips has been designed to cut smoothly through the insulation while helping you leave the underlying conductor untouched. The ergonomic handle makes using the tool easy and ensures good force transfer to the cut.

This tool comes with a sheath to cover the blade. It is tested in accordance with DIN EN 60900 and used in applications up to 1000 volts.

For more information on our insulted electrician’s knife 1000, please consult the TDS or demonstration video available from this page.

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No. 1000 Hook Knife Specifications.

Field of Use Multiple insulated and thick cables with PVC insulation.
Material Glass fibre Reinforced Polyamide
Weight 96gm
Approvals Routine testing according to DIN EN 60900

 

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Additional Information

Colour:
Blue
Colour:
Red
Food Grade / Potable Water Approvals?:
Not Applicable
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