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Compression Crimping Tool 5.6"

Compression Crimping Tool 5.6"

Compression Crimping Tool 5.6"

Available for:

Crimping F connector RG-59(4C),RG-6(5C)

Compressed distance 20.30±0.15 mm

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A compression crimping 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 crimping tools is set to the desired pressure needed to effectively join two subjects together for a secure seal that allows a connection is made. 

Some crimping tools for wire have pre-set dies for the terminal to ensure a precise seal. You can learn more in our complete guide to crimp tools.

What is a compression crimping tool used for?

A compression crimping tool can be used for a variety of different tasks and depends on what type of crimp tool you are using. 

They are generally used for electrics and cabling, e.g, adding electrical connectors on to a wire or cable.

Some crimpers also have cutters or wire strippers built-in as a multi-purpose tool which allows additional versatility across a range of applications. 

Crimping tools are an essential hand tool for:

Maintenance and repair technicians

Electrical installation engineersCable assembly technicians

What types of crimp tools are there?

Crimp tools allow you to quickly and easily connect two components together and are very easy and efficient to use. Some of the most common types are:

Handheld or manually operated - Easy and simple to use and are normally used to crimp smaller items together. 

They are an effective and economical tool to use and can be carried in a toolbox and used when requiredElectrical - These crimp tools are normally battery operated and work in the same way as standard handheld crimp tools. 

The main difference is that less effort is required to use these in comparison to the handheld toolsHandheld hydraulic - This tool requires very little user effort when being used because all of the pressure is applied via a pump forcing hydraulic fluid into the crimp tool and compressing the dieManual benchtop - These crimp tools are mounted to a benchtop and manually operatedElectric benchtop - Mounted onto a benchtop in the same way as a manual one, but an electric motor operates the crimp tool, producing high-quality crimps and are ideal when high production rates are neededPneumatic - They can be mounted on a workbench or handheld and work by using the pressurised hydraulic liquid is required to crimp material that is difficult to crimp manually

A compression crimping tool, also known as a coaxial cable crimper, is a tool used to attach connectors to coaxial cables. It is commonly used in applications such as television, telecommunications, and networking.

The length you mentioned, "5.6"," seems to refer to the size of the compression crimping tool. However, it is unusual to specify the tool size using inches alone, as there are multiple dimensions to consider when describing a tool's size.

Typically, compression crimping tools are described by their jaw size, which refers to the diameter of the crimping die or cavity. Common jaw sizes for compression crimping tools used with coaxial cables are 0.255 inches, 0.324 inches, and 0.360 inches. These sizes are associated with different connector types and cable diameters.

If you have a specific connector or cable in mind, it would be helpful to provide more information so that I can assist you further in finding the appropriate compression crimping tool.

This easy-to-use coax crimper tool helps you replace F connectors quickly so that TV and internet connections are strong without any leakage.
Hti provides you the best Compression Crimping Tool, Crimping Tools, crimping tools for wire.

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. HTI Tools is proud to offer a wide variety of different compression  and crimper tools, accessories, kits and replacement blades from the very best brands and suppliers.  

Browse our products and we are sure you will find that no matter your specific compression or crimping requirements, we have options to fit your needs. 
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