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KNIPEX 11 82 130 Elektronik-Abisolierschere
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Elektronik-Abisolierschere
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Elektronik-Abisolierschere
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Anwendung
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Anwendung
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Elektronik-Abisolierschere
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Elektronik-Abisolierschere
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Elektronik-Abisolierschere
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Anwendung
KNIPEX 11 82 130 Anwendung

11 82 130 Electronics Wire Stripping Shears

  • For cutting and stripping solid, multicore and finely stranded conductors with conductor cross-section up to 0.75 mm²
  • Pointed head of shears above the wire stripping hole for the accurate cutting of fine wire in confined places
  • Easy adjustment to the required diameter of solid or stranded wire with knurled screw and lock nut
  • With opening spring
  • Special tool steel, oil-hardened
Technical attributes
Article No.
11 82 130
EAN
4003773071648
Head
polished
Handles
with multi-component grips
Weight
85 g
Dimensions
140 x 76 x 18 mm
Reach
yes  
RohS
no  
Stripping capacities in square millimetres
0.01 – 0.75 mm²
Stripping capacities (diameter)
Ø 0.03 — 1.0 mm

Cut and strip fine cable and strands

For accurate work on printed circuit boards and for installation work

With regard to dimensions, the 11 82 130 wire stripping shears from Knipex weighing just 75 g and with a length of 130 mm fit perfectly in the world of electronics. As with the current and voltage ratings which are much lower than those for electrics, much smaller cable cross-sections and correspondingly finer strands are used in electronics. These can be professionally cut and stripped using the wire stripping shears from Knipex.

Knurled screw with lock nut for adjustment to the conductor cross-section

For very fine conductor cross-sections from a diameter of 0.03 mm, the pliers can be set so accurately using the knurled screw so that only the insulation is cut into and removed without damaging the conductor. The knurled screw is secured with the lock nut to maintain the fine adjustment even during longer periods of work. The cutting function of the shears is not restricted by aligning the wire stripping opening.

Opening spring and multi-component grips

With the wire stripping shears from Knipex, cutting and wire stripping work in electronics is ergonomic and convenient. The integrated opening spring saves the user one hand movement during each cutting and wire stripping operation. The easy to grip multi-component handles mean that the small, light pliers sit comfortably in the hand.

Brief overview

Wire stripping capacities Ø 0.03-1.0 mm

Special tool steel, oil-hardened

Handles with multi-component grips

Opening spring

Polished pliers head

Length 130 mm

Net weight 75 g

Knipex wire stripping shears: light, smooth operating, compact and accurate

Wire stripping shears from Knipex display their qualities when cutting and stripping work is required on fine wire and single conductors (Ø 0.03 - 1.0 mm). They are light, and thanks to the opening spring are very comfortable to use. The great benefits of the tools and their safe, comfortable use are the results of decades of experience making pliers, continuous product development and the commitment by Knipex towards high quality standards. Pliers from Knipex are built for many years of use in a professional environment.

Cutting into the insulation

The cable is inserted in the wire stripping area. When the pliers which have been adjusted to the cable are pressed, the insulation is cut into.

Stripping the insulation

After the insulation has been cut into, it can be removed from the conductor easily with a sideways movement.

Made from special tool steel

The oil-hardened wire stripping shears cut solid, multicore and finely stranded conductors with a conductor cross-section up to 0.75 mm².

Adjustment to the conductor cross-section

The pliers are set to the right conductor cross-section for wire stripping using the knurled screw and lock nut

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