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EM helps make light work of cable and wire stripping
24 October 2017
EM helps make light work of cable and wire stripping

The Jokari Allrounder cable stripper distributed locally by ElectroMechanica (EM) offers an innovative solution for industry and craftspeople.

Jokari-Krampe GmbH is a specialist in the area of cable and wire stripping, with the Allrounder as one of its latest innovations. This professional tool is suitable for round and flat cables in a range of applications. Painstaking, and often injury-prone, work with sharp blades is rendered safer, simpler, and more precise as a result.

The Jokari Allrounder is ideal for removing the coating and longitudinal sections of wires, stripping massive or flexible wires for crimping cable-end sleeves, exposing wire lengths for specific connections, and when working with a range of cables with diameters from 4 mm to 15 mm.

“This practical tool has a clever design that is adjustable to the required work, with a grip for movement support, and a self-centring cable duct for longitudinal sections,” EM spokesperson Lizanne Scholtz explains.

The Jokari Allrounder has a reconnectable length stop for right- and left-handers, with a parking position in the depot slot. This allows for free wire bypass, and therefore single-conductor stripping of any length, structure, and sideblocking surfaces.

In addition, the tool is lightweight and easy to use. Cables are simply entered into the device, and then stripped with a quick circular movement that strips wires safely and precisely. An extra blade is provided specifically for longitudinal cuts.

EM is a specialist importer of high-quality international brands such as Jokari. All of its products comply with recognised international safety standards and performance specifications, in addition to being highly cost-competitive. At present, the company supplies products from more than 40 leading national and international brands.

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