– Best small sized wire stripper
– Strips 20AWG – 3AWG (solid and stranded), includes a hole for ROMEX wires
– ONLY $59 CAD!
– Designed AND manufactured by us!! (TNT Tooling in North America)
– Can be used as hand-held or bench top wire stripping tool
– Hardened high carbon tool steel cutters
Best Warranty for Wire Strippers: Try this product out and if you are not 100% satisfied return it for a full refund within 30 days. (excludes shipping costs)
Please read the Terms and Conditions (warranty inclusive). As stated in the Terms and Conditions at www.tnttooling.com, wire stripper machines and tools are dangerous machines and must be used with caution. Do not put your finger into the slots the wires go into. The front of the tool is the face where you see the screws.
- Select a various sized hole which best matches the insulated wire size of the insulated wire to be stripped.
- Feed the wire through the various sized hole on the device until there is enough wire on the back side of the device so that the user may grab the wire from the back side with their fingers or with a set of pliers.
- Pull the entire length of wire through the hole.
- Remove the insulation from the wire.
Setting the cutter height
The cutters ideal depth and position are set at our facility. However, if you need to make an adjustment please follow the below tips.
The cutter should be at its highest position so that you can just see the sharp tip of the cutter when you look through the hole.
If you need to adjust a cutter:
- pull about 5 inches of wire through the appropriate hole
- looking at the wire coming out at the back of the tool, check to see if there is a cut being made in the insulation and evaluate the cut depth (ideal cut depth is just enough to cut the insulation without cutting into the wire)
If the insulation is NOT being cut, do not remove the cutter, take a small hammer and very lightly tap on the cutter to adjust it downward until it cuts through the insulation
If the insulation is being cut too deep, then use the allen key to loosen the screw and adjust the cutter upward until it cuts just enough into the insulation
The short end (not the long end) of the allen key should only be used to loosen or tighten the screws.
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