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Kh-16 Hand Crimping Tools

Kh-16 Hand Crimping Tools

For non-insulated cable lugs
Mandrel shape crimping

Model No.: KH-16
Crimping Range:
JIS: 1.25-14mm2
DIN: 1.5-16mm2
AWG: 16-5
Tool weight: 0.6kg
Tool lenth: 280mm

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A crimp tool is a tool that is used to join or connect two pieces of material by using compression to form a connecting bond. 

This type of hand tool is set to the desired pressure needed to effectively join two subjects together for a secure seal that allows a connection is made. 

Some crimp tools have pre-set dies for the terminal to ensure a precise seal. 

You can learn more in our complete guide to crimp tools.

Ratchet type red handles crimper with smart open-knob.
Turn the smart open-knob if the handles cannot be opened due to wrong operation.
Model No. JIS DIN AWG Weight Length
KH-16 1.25-14mm2 1.5-16mm2 16-5 0.6kg 280mm
kh-16 Hand crimping tools
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Making sure you have the proper compression or crimping tool is imperative to ensure a proper connection. 

If the plug or connector that you have on your cable is not properly crimped or compressed, the purity of your connection will be compromised. 

So whether you are an average DIYer or a full-time pro on the job, it is important you have the best, most reliable tool to complete the task and ensure a simple, yet unified wire connection. 

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Hand crimping tools, also known as crimpers or crimping pliers, are used to create secure electrical connections by crimping or compressing a connector onto a wire. They are commonly used in electrical and electronics applications, as well as in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, and telecommunications.

Hand crimping tools typically consist of two handles connected by a pivot point. The handles have jaws or dies that are designed to match specific connector types and sizes. The dies are typically removable or interchangeable to accommodate different connector styles.

To use a hand crimping tool, you would typically follow these steps:

Strip the insulation: Use wire strippers to remove a small section of insulation from the end of the wire, exposing the bare conductor.

Insert the wire into the connector: Slide the stripped end of the wire into the appropriate terminal or connector.

Position the crimping tool: Place the connector with the inserted wire into the appropriate die or jaw of the crimping tool.

Apply pressure: Squeeze the handles of the crimping tool firmly to compress the connector onto the wire. The crimping tool should exert enough force to create a secure and reliable connection.

Inspect the crimped connection: After crimping, visually inspect the connection to ensure the wire is properly secured within the connector. Make sure there are no loose strands or exposed conductor.

It's important to note that different crimping tools are designed for specific types and sizes of connectors. Using the wrong tool or die size may result in an inadequate or unreliable crimped connection. Therefore, it's essential to select the appropriate crimping tool based on the connectors you're working with and follow the manufacturer's guidelines for proper usage.

There are various types and brands of hand crimping tools available in the market, ranging from basic manual tools to more advanced ratcheting or hydraulic crimping tools. The specific tool you choose will depend on your application requirements, connector types, and the volume of crimping work you anticipate.
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