wire stripper


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Noun1.wire stripper - a hand tool used by electricians to remove insulation from the cut end of an insulated wire
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
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Tenders are invited for Wire Stripper Hand Operated Suitable For 4 Sq.
This mini model boasts features such as a screwdriver, bottle opener, ruler and even a wire stripper.
com PRODUCT OF THE WEEK Opinel's No9 DIY Folding Knife The multi-functional No9 features an 8cm stainless steel blade, wire stripper and cutter as well as a cross head screwdriver, for use with 3.
After the box is installed, bend the end of the wires using the hole on your wire stripper.
Some of the implements included are a double-cut wood saw, locking screwdriver, cap lifter, wire stripper, can opener, nail file, corkscrew, awl, toothpick and tweezers.
She was employed as a Wire Stripper, by Gavitt Wire and Cable, Brookfield, MA, from June 1930 until Aug 2004.
Locking components include nail puller, pry bar, cross driver, ruler, wire stripper, file, large flat driver and a super sharp fine edge/serrated combination blade.
During 2006, Spectrum underwent a review of its US operations, including the design and production of its SIENNA wire stripper products undertaken at its Phoenix, Arizona facility.
The Model L1 Bench Wire Stripper removes film insulations including enamel, Formvar, ML, armored poly-thermaleze, epoxy, and more from round wires 29 to 13 AWG.
99, and is bristling with a blade as well as a screwdriver, wire stripper, scissors and a woodsaw.
The ergonomically designed Kinetic Super wire stripper from Ideal Industries features a patent-pending grip made from Santoprene thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV).
He found Greg standing in the water with his back arched, both hands on the wire stripper.