Eraser’s Model L2S Bench Wire Stripper will remove film insulations including enamel, Formvar, ML, armored poly-thermaleze, epoxy and more from round wires. The L2S can also be used for other applications such as; deflashing wires, cleaning legs of electronic components and cleaning pins on transformers and coils. A high-speed rotating insert strips insulation from the surface of the wire. Close-up stripping is possible flush to a coil body or bobbin. The L2S also cleans round lead legs of electronic components and removes oxidation, flashing, epoxy, and even contaminated solder.
The L Series from The Eraser Company includes a wide range of bench and hand held wire strippers.
These strippers use a high-speed rotating insert to strip insulation from the surface of round magnet and enamel wire and are ideal for stripping electronic components such as bobbins, coils, and toroids.
The L2S is a bench model for high production, and can strip wire from 29-8 gauge, while the L2AS allows for stripping larger wire from 8-4 gauge.
The L4 and L4A are hand held, air operated versions of the L2S and L2AS, respectively.
The PL3S features a 3 foot flexible shaft for portability and can strip wire from 29-14 gauge.
Also able to strip 29-14 gauge wire, the L1 (220v ver) is a basic bench model for light duty and low production.
Models L2S, L2AS, and PL3S feature reversible motors, which doubles the tool life on the stripping inserts.
Inserts are available in three different styles depending on application. Flat face inserts allow for stripping flush to the work piece, concave face inserts permit easy wire entry, and bullet nose inserts are used for stripping in confined areas. Inserts are made from tool steel, and most styles are also available in carbide.
29-8 AWG (0.28-3.25mmø)
Maximum Strip Length
3-1/2” (89mm) [1-5/16” (33.3mm) with strip length stop]
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