Ratcheting cable cutter

Ratcheting cable cutter features an over-molded high-leverage boot that provides improved power and stability to electricians while they cut copper or aluminum hard-drawn cables up to 750-KCMIL.

By Plant Engineering Staff August 1, 2007

BigFoot ratcheting cable cutter features an over-molded high-leverage boot that provides improved power and stability to electricians while they cut copper or aluminum hard-drawn cables up to 750-KCMIL. Standard cable cutters place significant stress on hands and forearms, especially with larger cables. The unique design of the ratcheting cable cutter allows electricians to firmly plant the tool on the ground along with the cable they are cutting, and push down on the other handle, reducing the stress in cutting large cables.

Ratcheting cable cutter features include Hardened steel blades, Rounded blade with five-tooth ratchet action, Compact dimensions for use in confined spaces, Quick release action, Locking mechanism and smartgrip ergonomic, slip resistant handles. Ideal Industries, Inc.
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