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SACS Tool - Steel Wire Armoured (SWA) Cable Stripping Tool

Product overview

Steel Armoured Cable Stripper – SACS Tool by E-Tech. The Steel Wire Armoured Cable Stripper Tool is a revolutionary new tool that can be used on all concentric type cables, copper pipe and plastic conduit.

It will cut both circumferentially and longitudinally with less effort and more accurately than present methods.

With the banning of blades on site by most major contractors, the SACS Tool (Steel Armoured Cable Stripper) is a welcome breath of fresh air. 

Made from light weight aluminium and precision engineered steel parts this tool is built to withstand repeated usage.

The SACS Tool (Steel Wired Armoured Cable Stripper) has been designed by an experienced electrician who appreciates the hazards of stripping cable using hacksaw and utility knife.

Quickly, safely, and accurately strips both armoured and non armoured cables. 

Blade cut depth will vary according to cable size, progressive advancement is best.

 

SACS Tool 5-STEP PROCESS

STEP 1: ROTARY CUT 
  1. Place the tool on the cable at gland point and advance the blade down into the outer insulation.
  2. Rotate the tool around the cable to cut through outer insulation.
  3. Continue to advance blade into steel strands to required depth.
  4. Repeat insulation only cut approx 2” further along the cable.


STEP 2: LONGITUDINAL CUT

  1. Rotate tool 90 degrees to cable at first cut point and advance blade down into insulation.
  2. Guide the tool down the length of the cable ensuring sufficient cut depth.
  3. Adjustment of blade depth as required to cut insulation. 


STEP 3: REMOVE OUTER SHEATH

  1. Split and remove outer insulation sheath.
  2. Unwind the steel strands and snap using fingertip pressure at cut point.
  3. Remove second portion of insulation and splay strands. 


STEP 4: ROTARY CUT ON INNER SHEATH

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  1. Place tool on cable where secondary insulation is required to be removed.
  2. Advance blade and perform rotary cut to required depth.
  3. Care should be taken not to overcut as damage may be caused to conductors. 


STEP 5: LONGITUDINAL CUT AND REMOVAL 
OF SECONDARY SHEATH

  1. Rotate tool 90 degrees to cable and advance blade into insulation.
  2. Guide the tool down the length of the cable ensuring sufficient cut depth.
  3. Split secondary insulation layer and remove to expose conductors. 

For Additional Information, download the PDF files or watch the YouTube video below.

 

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