MRO Magazine

Cable stripper has angled nose for work in tight areas

Klein Tools has added three Bent-Nose NM Romex strippers with Klein-Kurve handles to its existing line of strippers and cutters. Featuring a 90-degreeangled nose design, the cable stripper allows easy...


April 1, 2008
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Klein Tools has added three Bent-Nose NM Romex strippers with Klein-Kurve handles to its existing line of strippers and cutters. Featuring a 90-degreeangled nose design, the cable stripper allows easy work in confined spaces. Its design eliminates the need to angle the tool, wire or hand, enabling quick and precise removal of the outer jacket of non-metallic (NM) cable. The stripper strips, cuts and loops 10 AWG, 12 AWG or 14 AWG solid wire and cleanly shears 6-32 and 8-32 screws. It features tool steel, black oxide finish, precisionground stripping holes, shear-type cutting blades and the company’s Comfort Grip curved handles. Klein Tools