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Wire Stripper and Cutter handles 12-26 AWG stranded wire.

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July 2, 2013 - Made from alloyed steel, Model 505ST features thumb-adjustable dial cam for changing wire sizes from 12 to 26 AWG and for keeping tool closed for storage. Ergonomic hand tool, designed for repeated cutting and stripping, has Light Touch™ return spring and non-slip Xuro-Rubber™ handle grips. Tool provides optimum working leverage and is suited for assembly and field service use.

Xuron Corp.

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

Original Press Release

Wire Stripper and Cutter Easily Handles 12 To 26 AWG Stranded Wire

Press release date: June 25, 2013

A combination wire cutter and stripper for stranded wire featuring a thumb-adjustable dial cam for easily setting wire sizes from 12 to 26 AWG and storing the tool closed is being introduced by Xuron Corporation of Saco, Maine.

The Xuron Model 505ST Adjustable Stranded Wire Stripper-Cutter features a thumb-adjustable dial cam for changing wire sizes from 12 to 26 AWG (2.05 mm to 0.405 mm) that also acts as a closure, keeping the tool closed for storage.  Designed for repeated cutting and stripping, this ergonomic hand tool has a Light-Touch™ return spring and non-slip Xuro-Rubber™ handle grips.

Made from alloyed steel, the Xuron Model 505ST Adjustable Stranded Wire Stripper-Cutter replaces the need for multiple tools and locks shut to easily fit into a tool kit or pocket.  Ideally suited for assembly and field service use, this industrial-duty tool is comfortable to hold in small and large hands and is designed to provide optimum working leverage.

Xuron Model 505ST Adjustable Stranded Wire Stripper-Cutter is priced at $17.85 (list).

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

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