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Burndy MD6 Hytool Hand-Operated Crimper with
Burndy MD6 Hytool Hand-Operated Crimper with
Burndy MD6 Hytool Hand-Operated Crimper with

Burndy MD6 Hytool Hand-Operated Crimper with "BG" and "D3" Grooves, 9000 lbs Crimp Force, 25-3/8" Length

Product ID : 21193286
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Galleon Product ID 21193286
UPC / ISBN 781810446003
Shipping Weight 7.05 lbs
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Model MD6
Manufacturer Burndy
Shipping Dimension 25.91 x 8.39 x 2.2 inches
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Burndy MD6 Hytool Hand-Operated Crimper with Features

  • Manual crimping tool for use with #14 to 4/0 AWG full-tension and non-tension taps, splices, and terminals

  • Provides 9,000 lb. of crimping force

  • Permanent "BG" (5/8") and "D3" die grooves, and compatible with all Burndy type "W" die inserts (not included)

  • Forged steel jaws for strength

  • Spring-loaded positive lock die retainer buttons hold die inserts in place


About Burndy MD6 Hytool Hand-Operated Crimper With

The Burndy MD6 Hytool hand-operated crimper weighs 6 lb., is 25-3/8" long, provides 9,000 lb. of crimping force, and is suitable for use with full-tension and non-tension taps, splices, and terminals in a range of sizes. Its forged steel jaws are constructed with permanent "BG" (5/8") and "D3" die grooves, and it can install Cablelok Crimpit and Hycrimp tap connectors with the "W-O" die insert. This crimping tool is suitable for a wide variety of in-shop or field repairs and installations that use taps, splices, and terminals ranging in size from American Wire Gauge (AWG) #14 to 4/0. Specifications Crimper typeMechanical, hand-operatedCrimp force9,000 lb.MaterialForged steel jaws, clear hickory handlesWeight6 lb.Dimensions25-3/8" longFor use with die typesBurndy "W" die inserts (not included)For use with taps, splices, and terminals#14 to 4/0 AWG Crimpers, also called crimping tools, pinch wire terminals and connectors to wires to prepare them for use in electrical or communications applications. They have nests and indenters that vary in size and shape according to application. Manual crimpers are suitable for portable applications that create small terminal connections while power crimpers use air, electricity, hydraulic power, or a combination of these to aid compression, and are used in high volume applications. Crimpers can be used for applications ranging from manual field repairs to fully automated terminal production operations. Burndy manufactures cable connection and management products. The company, founded in 1924, is headquartered in Manchester, NH.