Ridgid’s ratcheting cable cutters feature a special curved and surface-ground blades made of high-coated steel for extended durability and blade lifetime. The enclosed spring is protected from debris and loss during use. The lock/unlock mechanism secures the tool when not in use.
Klein Tools’ Journeyman high-leverage cable cutter can cut 4/0 aluminum, 2/0 soft copper and 100-pair 24 AWG communications cable. The dual-material handles provide a grip without sacrificing tool strength or durability. The hot-riveted joint ensures smooth action and no handle wobble. It can work in confined spaces.
Platinum Tools’ CCS-6 cable cutters are designed to cut coaxial cable with steel center conductor and cut through copper and aluminum cable. Blade geometry ensures that the cable stays round during the cutting process so connectors can easily be affixed to the cable. It features PVC handle grips.
Ridgid’s manual cable cutters feature curved and surface-ground blades made of high-coated steel for durability and blade lifetime. The longer handles give more leverage and reduce operator fatigue. The sickle-shaped, rounded blades ensure precise cutting, and the soft grips provide additional handle ergonomics. It features impact-resistant, coated and hardened handles.
Knipex’s pipe cutter for plastic composite pipes has exchangeable blades with an opening spring and locking device. The ergonomically shaped handles are made of fiberglass-reinforced plastic. It is not designed for cutting cables, and the blade is made of high-strength special grade steel that is oil-hardened and tempered.
Greenlee’s ESG105LXR Gator remote cable cutter cuts cables up to 4.13 in. and offers users the option to make cuts by remote control or in manual handheld mode. It uses Bluetooth communication and a blade sensor system to help confirm that the cut has been completed. Users can remotely move the blade to stop and reverse. The battery gauge protocol...