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Crimping Tool

manual [1.25 mm to 150 mm] & hydraulic [150 mm – 630 mm]

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Description

A crimping tool is a hand-held tool used to join two pieces of metal or other materials by deforming one or both of them to hold the other. In the context of electrical systems, crimping tools are commonly used to create a permanent connection between a conductor (such as a wire) and a terminal or connector, which is typically made of a metal such as copper or aluminum. Crimping involves using the tool to compress the conductor and the terminal together, causing the conductor to deform and make contact with the inside of the terminal. This creates a secure and reliable electrical connection that can withstand mechanical stress, vibration, and other environmental factors