Knipex 9511200 8-Inch Cable Shears (1 Unit)

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For cutting copper and aluminum cables Not suitable for ACSR, steel wire, and hard drawn copper conductors Adjustable screw joint, self-locking By dividing cutting actions into initial cut (insulating sheath in the front cutting area) and final cut (conductor in the back cutting area), cables up to Ø 51/64" can be cut in one handed operation With pinch guard and slip guard
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Not Suitable for Steel Wire and Hard Drawn Copper Conductors
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Not Suitable for Steel Wire and Hard Drawn Copper Conductors
Adjustable Screw Joint, Self Locking
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Not Suitable for Steel Wire and Hard Drawn Copper Conductors
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Plastic Coated Handles
Plastic Coated Handles
Precision Ground, Hardened Blades Suitable for Cutting Copper and Aluminum Cables, Single and Multiple Wires
Not Suitable for Steel Wire and Hard Drawn Copper Conductors
Adjustable Screw Joint, Self Locking
Clean and Smooth Cut Without Crushing and Deformation