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    Wire Stripping Plier, 12/14/16/22 AWG

    The 12/14/16/22 gauge wire stripping plier can remove insulation or sheathing from wires and cables faster, safer, and more accurately. Wire stripping tool is ideal for electricians and DIY enthusiasts.
    SKU: ATO-WSP-01
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    Handheld wire stripper plier for sale online. It can remove the insulation or outer sheath of wires, available with 10/12/14/16/18/20/22 AWG range, widely used in various applications such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications.


    • Model: ATO-DEEALL
    • Size: 7 inch
    • Overall Length: 180mm
    • Width Outside Handle: 65mm
    • Handle Length: 105mm
    • Jaw Length: 40mm
    • Maximum Opening: 45mm
    • Weight: 131g

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Wire stripping pliers dimension

    Stripping Range

    AWG mm mm²
    10 2.6 5.26
    12 2 3.332
    14 1.6 2.075
    16 1.3 1.318
    18 1.0 0.81
    20 0.8 0.566
    22 0.6 0.324


    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 strip the insulation from a wire safely and effectively?

    Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use a wire stripper to strip insulation from a wire safely and effectively:

    • Choose the right size wire stripper: Make sure to select a wire stripper that is appropriate for the size of wire you are working with. Check the wire size and insulation thickness to ensure you are using the correct size stripper.
    • Position the wire: Hold the wire firmly and insert it into the stripping notch of the wire stripper. Make sure the wire is positioned in the center of the notch.
    • Adjust the stripper: If using a manual wire stripper, adjust the tool so that the blades are just touching the insulation. If using a self-adjusting stripper, make sure the tool is properly adjusted to the wire size.
    • Apply pressure: Squeeze the handles of the wire stripper to apply pressure to the insulation. Make sure to apply enough pressure to cut through the insulation but not the wire itself.
    • Twist and remove: Twist the wire stripper slightly to cut through the insulation and then pull it away from the wire to remove the insulation. Make sure to pull the insulation away cleanly, without leaving any jagged edges.
    • Inspect the wire: After stripping the wire, inspect it to make sure the conductor is not damaged or nicked. If the wire is damaged, it may need to be cut and stripped again.
      Dispose of the insulation: Safely dispose of the insulation, as it may contain hazardous materials.

    It's important to use caution and follow safety guidelines when using wire strippers. Always wear appropriate protective equipment, such as safety glasses, and avoid touching exposed wires while working. With practice and proper technique, you can safely and effectively strip insulation from wires using a wire stripper.

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