HCA20 Wire and Cable Cutter
Description / Details
Eraser’s Model HCA20 Wire & Cable Cutter is an ideal unit to quickly shear wire, cable or tubing up to 1.25" (31.75mmø) in diameter. The unit utilizes dual electrical finger switches to activate the blade via an air cylinder. Model HCA20 incorporates a guillotine style blade to provide clean, square cutting of a variety of different material sizes and configurations.
Models HC10, FC10, and HCA20 Wire and Cable Cutters from The Eraser Company can quickly cut many types and sizes of wire and cable. The HC10 is hand operated by use of a lever, while the FC10 utilizes a foot pedal to cut material. Both models can cut material up to one-inch outer diameter, depending on material construction. An optional conversion kit is available to change an HC10 to an FC10.
Model HCA20 is air operated and utilizes dual electrical finger switches to activate the blade. This unit can cut wire or cable up to one and one-quarter inches in diameter. All three models incorporate a guillotine style blade to provide a clean cut on a variety of wire and cable.
These cutters pair well with Eraser's WM Series Measuring Meters, which can measure material to a desired length before cutting. The portable CCB100 is a handheld battery-operated cable cutter. With a squeeze of the trigger, this tool will easily cut through cables as large as 1000 kcmil soft drawn copper or aluminum or 750 kcmil hard drawn copper. The cutting unit, battery, and battery charger are packaged in a plastic carrying case.
For more information about Eraser's wide range of wire processing equipment, contact your sales rep today.
|Maximum blade opening||1.25" diameter (31.75mmø)|
|Minimum material size||.010" diameter (0.254mmø)|
|Power||Air operated; 120V 60Hz|
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