Product News: Electrical Equipment & Systems

ESD Safe Wire Cutter has tapered head and lead retainer.

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January 20, 2014 - Intended for assembly and repair applications, Xuron® Model 9200ASF Micro-Shear® Flush Cutter has tapered head for reaching into densely populated PCBs and lead retainer that prevents flying leads. By-pass shear action cutting produces clean, square cuts without spikes. Ergonomic tool, made from alloyed steel, conforms to ANSI/ESD.S20.20 and DOD-HDBK-263 specifications and has static dissipative hand grips. Alloyed steel cutting edges are hardened to Rc 56-58.

Xuron Corp.

62 Industrial Park Rd., Saco, ME, 04072 1840, USA

Original Press Release

ESD Safe Wire Cutter Features Tapered Head and Lead Retainer

Press release date: January 14, 2014

A new ESD safe ergonomic wire cutter that features a tapered head for reaching into densely populated PCBs and has a lead retainer for assembly and repair applications is being introduced by Xuron Corp. of Saco, Maine.

The Xuron® Model 9200ASF Micro-Shear® Flush Cutter is ESD safe and features a tapered head for reaching into tight spaces on PCBs and includes a lead retainer to prevent flying leads.  Equipped with static dissipative hand grips, this precision cutter is made from highly alloyed steel and employs by-pass shear action cutting to produce clean, square cuts without spikes.

Easier to squeeze than compression-style cutters, the Xuron® Model 9200ASF Micro-Shear® Flush Cutter conforms to ANSI/ESD.S20.20 and DOD-HDBK-263 specifications.  The alloyed steel cutting edges are hardened to Rc 56-58 and the static safe hand grips exhibit 106-109 ohms surface resistivity.

The Xuron® Model 9200ASF Micro-Shear® ESD safe Flush Cutter sells for $27.25 (list).  A full line of static dissipative cutters and pliers is offered.

For more information contact:

Xuron Corp.
Abby Robey, Marketing
62 Industrial Park Road
Saco, ME  04072-1840
(207) 283-1401
FAX (207) 283-0594
e-mail: arobey@xuron.com
www.xuron.com

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