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Hastings Hand Operated Ratchet Cutters

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Hastings Hand Operated Ratchet Cutters

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  • Three models to choose from 10-205, 10-206, 10-207
  • Soft Wire and ACSR
  • Smaller than the typical chain style ratchet cutter
  • Larger than the hand held style for inside electricians
  • Light weight
  • Offset cutting head
  • Selection lever to open or close jaws
  • Ratchet drive mechanism requires less force and leverage when cutting
  • Handle plunger allows for fast advance or fast retraction
  • Heat treated jaws on all three models
  • ACSR Cutters include a keeper on the upper jaw to prevent blade separation while cutting
  • Note: These cutters are not insulated live line tools. Do not use these cutters on energized conductor.
  • 10-205: Ratchet Cutter, ACSR - (19" Overall Length) - (2" Max Jaw Opening) - (Max Cable Cut 556 ACSR/750 KCMIL)
  • 10-206: Ratchet Cutter, Soft Wire - (18.75" Overall Length) - (2.375" Max Jaw Opening) - (Max Cable Cut 2000 MCM)
  • 10-207: Ratchet Cutter, ACSR - (23" Overall Length) - (1.875" Max Jaw Opening) - (Max Cable Cut 954 ACSR)

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-10-20
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Hastings


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