Greenlee

October 23, 2017

  • Professional all-in-one cutter/stripper for coaxial and twisted pair cables
  • Cuts and strips multiple cable types: Coax: RG6, RG6 Quad and RG59, Twisted Pair (UTP/STP): Cat6, Cat5e and Cat5
  • Easy-to-use combination cutter/stripper
  • Adjustable stripping blade for UTP/STP accommodates different insulation thicknesses without damaging conductors
  • Self-regulating cassette blade prevents nicks
  • Coax blade cassette is removable to adjust stripping depth of both blades with hex key included (Note: Hex key stores securely in bottom of tool)
  • Contoured finger grips for cutting power
  • Lanyard hole for wrist strap, key chain, etc.
  • Application : For Cutting And Stripping RG6, RG6 Quad And RG59 Coaxial Cables, Cat6, Cat5e And Cat5 Twisted Pair (UTP/STP) Cables
  • Blade Type : Adjustable
  • Handle Type : Contoured Finger Grip
  • Overall Length : 4.530 IN (115.000 MM)
  • Sub Brand : SureStrip
  • Type : Combo
  • Weight : 2.500 OZ (71.000 GM)

http://www.greenlee.com/products/UTP%2540FCOAX-CUTTER%2540FSTRIPPER.html?product_id=17697

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Owning your own business is something many of us have dreamt of doing. Who wouldn’t want to be their own boss? It is a valid question that many entering the electrical trade consider. However, dreams tend to create an image that doesn’t always suit reality. Surviving in the residential electrical market involves a lot of out of the box thinking and as we have said and can’t stress enough, hard work. To gain insight into the various challenges faced by small electrical contractors EIN sat down with Steve Beeby, Master Electrician, and owner/operator of Beehive Electric, as small residential electrical contracting company based in Elmvale, Ontario.

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This edition features important revisions to many sections. For example, Section 26 now mandates the use of tamper-resistant receptacles in additional areas where children may be present. Section 62 now requires ground fault circuit interrupter protection for heating devices and controls in proximity to tubs, sinks, and shower stalls. Section 10 has been updated, reorganized, and significantly reduced in length.

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