A compact lightweight portable tool designed to strip film type insulations from round and rectangular wires used in the manufacture of transformers, motors, armatures, coils etc. Insulation is quickly removed by a high speed rotating wire brush. The PD9 requires a clean lubricated air supply at 90 P.S.I. capable of delivering 32 C.F.M.
The D Series Wire Strippers from the Eraser company cover many applications for stripping magnet, enamel, and film-insulated wire. These machines use high speed rotating stripping wheels to remove the insulation from round, rectangular, and square wires. The D1 twin wheel stripper is the standard bench unit in the series and features a length stop to ensure consistent strip lengths.
The DV1 is identical to the D1, but also features an integral dust collection system to contain insulation residue as it is removed from the wires.
Model D9 has an offset head to allow for unlimited strip lengths and can also be used for window stripping.
The PD9 is a portable air operated unit, which uses stripping wheels on only one side. This lightweight unit can be easily moved around work pieces, such as transformers, stator motors, and armatures. It can also achieve unlimited strip lengths.
The D series can use either fiberglass or wire brush stripping wheels. Fiberglass wheels leave a clean polished surface with no risk of nicking. Wire wheels are more abrasive and are recommended for larger wires and can also remove glass and fabric installation. Also available are nylon wheels, which are used for braid combing.
The selection of the correct grade of stripping wheel is critical. Use the Eraser certification program to send in sample material and let our technical experts determine the correct wheels for your application.
For more information about Eraser’s wide range of wire processing equipment, contact your sales rep today.
Wire Size - Round
4-32 AWG (5.18 - 0.20mmø)
Wire Size- Square and Rectangular
Up to 1/4" x 3/4" (6.35mm x 19.05mm)
0 to infinity
6'(1.8M) of 3/8" (9.5mmø) diameter air hose
15 000 RPM air motor requiring up to 90 P.S.I at 32 C.F.M.
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