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Greenlee EK425LD11 6 Ton Crimping Tool with CJD3 Jaws with 120V Charger

November 13, 2013

One Handed Wielding Power

Greenlee EK425LD11 6 Ton Crimping Tool with CJD3 Jaws with 120V Charger

Wondering why this idea hasn’t hit the market until recently, especially considering that it has been a major issue for a long time? Unless you are built like a blue Hindu god, the rest of us are mere two handed men, trying to figure out how to crimp with a two handed crimper, all the while positioning the cable and connector correctly. The Greenlee EK425LD11 6 Ton Crimping Tool with CJD3 Jaws with 120V Charger has your back by solving the two handed dilemma with a newer, smarter design that is geared to work with a one handed grip. The  EK425L crimper can be operated with just ONE hand, leaving the other hand free to position the cable as well as the connector. So long gone are the days of “positioning the cable and connector between my tightly squeezed knees”, thanks to the EK425L.

Open Wide

The EK425LD11 6 Ton Crimping Tool with CJD3 Jaws and 120V Charger, automatically sets the operator up to crimp with crimping jaws that open wide to easily fit over all of your various applications. When the crimp is fully completed, the EK425L signals the operator by automatically opening it’s jaws. This is the crimper tool’s way to show you it is ready to make it’s next crimp. Additionally, to help prepare for a crimp, the jaws can be jogged closed until they just grip the connector, this allows the operator to position the cable in the connector before finishing the crimp. The Greenlee  EK425L gets the job done and quickly, as it completes about 325 crimps per battery charge on 4/0 AWG splices.  If ,or when the crimping jaws need to be opened before a crimp is complete, the operator can simply push a button on the back side of the tool. In addition, the Intelligent Crimping System Technology, even  includes a pressure sensor. This sensor monitors the crimping force of each crimp, thus  providing the operator a visual and clearly audible alert,  that is, if in fact the force is below specifications.


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