Press Release Summary:
Model 2940 Large Cable Stripper employs pneumatic drive that provides power for stripping cross-linked polyethylene, TeflonÃ‚Â®, Nylon, and other wrapped or extruded insulation. Dual-port, 6-stage cutterhead provides up to 1,800 psi of force, and heavy-duty strip assemblies feature double-acting clamp cylinders. Unit uses die-type blades, is available with tooling for 2- and 3-stage stripping, and stores up to 1,000 programs.
Original Press Release:
Eubanks Introduces New Large Cable Strippers
MONROVIA, Calif. -- Eubanks Engineering Co. announces the introduction of Model 2940 Large Cable Stripper, with a pneumatic drive that provides tremendous power for stripping tough insulations, such as cross-linked polyethylene, Teflon, Nylon, and other wrapped or extruded insulations. Its dual-port, six-stage cutterhead provides up to 1,800 psi (12,000 kPa) of force to cut through insulated copper up to 0.625 in. O.D. (16 mm).
"This is the next generation of Eubanks wire processing equipment, with the power to strip even the toughest insulation" states company President David Eubanks. "Model 2940 clearly matches our manufacturing mission of providing production equipment with improved reliability, precision, and ease of use. It is designed to lower operating costs.
"If you're working with large cable such as stranded or solid copper, multi-conductors, or coaxial cable, there is now a reliable, inexpensive means to automatically cut and strip your cable. With our new large cable strippers you can cut and strip large cable up to 2/0 AWG (67 mm sq.)."
The heavy-duty strip assemblies of the 2940 feature double-acting clamp cylinders that can grip wire and cable ranging from 0.187 in. to 0.625 in. O.D. (5 mm to 16 mm). The double-acting clamps work faster and provide greater force than older models. They provide up to 400 psi (2,700 kPa) of gripping force, which means higher production rates and greater precision.
The newly designed clamp jaws provide a better grip on wire and cable, reducing slippage, which decreases damage to insulation and increases strip length repeatability.
The Model 2940 was designed to use blades and blocks from existing Eubanks Series IV machines for processing smaller wires and cables down to 0.125 in. O.D. (3mm). You can also use strip assemblies from the Series IV machines.
It uses Die-type blades, tooling is available for two-stage and three-stage stripping, and it stores up to 1,000 programs.
Eubanks Engineering Co., has been an innovator in design and manufacturing for more than 40 years. The company offers a comprehensive line of wire processing equipment for cutting, stripping, and marking wire and cables worldwide. Its programmable electric and pneumatic wire strippers allow users maximum flexibility in setting wire length, strip length and wire size.
For further information on the new Model 2940 Large Cable Stripper, contact Eubanks Engineering Co., 3022 Inland Empire Blvd. Ontario, CA 91764, 626-357-7011, or on the Internet at: www.eubanks.com