The Knipex 14 261 60 160mm VDE side cutting / stripping pliers have the capability in the jaws for cutting medium hard wire with a diameter of up to 4.0mm and single (solid) conductors of 1.5 and 2.5 mm² with ease.
These pliers are made from top quality Vanadium electric special tool steel and have been forged and oil hardened. They have flat round jaws for gripping surfaces and, with the serrated edge, will give a better grip on the workpiece. The cutting edges will give the user a good clean cut.
These Knipex pliers have precision stripping holes for single (solid) conductors of 1.5 and 2.5 mm² and are suitable for gripping and cutting work in precision mechanics. The heavy-duty induction hardened precision blades are ideal for soft wire up to 4.0mm diameter and are hardened to approximately 60 HRC. The cutting edges are suitable for medium hard and hard wire.
These pliers are VDE tested to 1,000v.
Stripping capacities: 1,5 + 2,5 mm².
Length : 160mm (6 1/4 in).
Weight: 216 g.
VDE tested 1,000v.
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