The provided hydraulic crimping tool is a manual crimping plier with 11-ton output power, 18mm stroke and 16-300 sq mm mold, which can be used for crimping to 16-300mm2 copper terminal or 16-240mm2 aluminum terminal.
||16-300mm2 (Copper Terminal) / 16-240mm2 (Aluminum Terminal)
|Equipped With Mold
||16, 25, 35, 50, 70, 95, 120, 150, 185, 240, 300mm2
Dimension (Unit: mm)
ATO manual hydraulic crimping tool is primarily used for crimping or compressing connectors onto wires or cables. It is commonly employed in various industries such as electrical, telecommunications, automotive, and plumbing. Crimping pliers are used to create secure and reliable electrical or mechanical connections by deforming the connector around the wire or cable, ensuring proper conductivity and structural integrity.
Tips: Can a hydraulic crimping tool be used for crimping different wire sizes?
Yes, hydraulic crimping tools are designed to accommodate different wire sizes. They typically come with interchangeable crimping dies or jaws that can be easily swapped out to match the specific wire size being crimped.
The crimping dies or jaws are available in various sizes to accommodate different wire gauges or diameters. The dies are selected based on the wire size to ensure a proper and secure crimp connection. The dies are often color-coded or labeled with the corresponding wire size for easy identification.
When using a hydraulic crimping tool, it is important to choose the appropriate crimping die that matches the wire size to ensure a proper fit and a reliable electrical connection. Using the wrong die size can result in an ineffective or insecure crimp.
Hydraulic crimping tools provide high crimping force and precise control, allowing for consistent and reliable crimps across various wire sizes. It is essential to refer to the manufacturer's guidelines and instructions to ensure the correct selection and usage of crimping dies for specific wire sizes.