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    Wire Stripper and Crimper, 12/14/16/20 gauge

    Hot selling wire stripping tool doubles as a wire stripper and crimper, available with 10/12/14/16/18/20 AWG range for a variety of tasks related to wire preparation. Wire stripping pliers makes the wire stripping process faster, safer and more accurate.
    SKU: ATO-WSC-01
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    High quality 10/12/14/16/18/20 gauge wire stripper and crimper is mainly used for removing insulation from wires in preparation for connection, can be used in various applications such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications.


    • Model: ATO-DEEALL
    • Size: 7 inch
    • Overall Length: 180mm
    • Width Outside Handle: 60mm
    • Handle Length: 105mm
    • Jaw Length: 45mm
    • Maximum Opening: 35mm
    • Weight: 140g

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Wire stripper and crimper dimension


    Stripping Crimping
    AWG mm mm² AWG
    10 2.6 5.26 12
    12 2 3.332 14-18
    14 1.6 2.075 20
    16 1.3 1.318  /
    18 1 0.81  /
    20 0.8 0.566  /


    Wire strippers are a versatile and essential tool used in a variety of applications, such as electrical work, electronics, and telecommunications. They are primarily used for removing the insulation from electrical wires to prepare them for connections, such as joining wires together, attaching them to terminals or devices, or repairing damaged wires. 

    Suitable Wire Types

    Suitable wire types for wire stripper

    Tips: How to choose a wire stripper?

    • Wire size: Wire strippers are designed to work with different wire sizes, so it's important to choose one that is appropriate for the size of wire you'll be working with.
    • Insulation type: Different insulation materials require different types of wire strippers. For example, some strippers are designed for rubber insulation while others work better on plastic insulation.
    • Manual or automatic: Manual wire strippers require more effort to use, while automatic strippers are easier to use but may be more expensive.
    • Additional features: Some wire strippers have additional features such as a built-in wire cutter or crimping tool. Consider whether these features are important to your specific needs.
    • Quality: Look for a wire stripper that is made from durable materials and has good reviews from other users. A good quality tool will last longer and be more effective in stripping wires.
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