Crimping Tool handles big terminals.

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Lightweight Sta-Kon ERG-2008 Comfort Crimps tool is UL-listed for handling tubular, non-insulated Sta-Kon terminals ranging from 8 through 1/0 AWG. It does same job as company's heavier, bulkier tools but with shorter, ergonomic frame; less required force; and comfortable, rubberized thermoplastic handles. Rotating crimp die nest marked for each specific wire size and Shure-Stake(TM) mechanism in handle ensure correct crimps.




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Sta-Kon ERG-2008 Comfort Crimp Terminal Crimping Tool Provides Crimping Power in a Light, Ergonomic Package



MEMPHIS, Tennessee, April 28, 2002 - Thomas & Betts introduces the new Sta-Kon ERG-2008 Comfort Crimps terminal crimping tool, a lightweight, ergonomically-designed tool that is UL-listed for handling large, tubular non-insulated Sta-Kon terminals ranging from 8 AWG through 1/0 AWG. The ERG-2008 does the same job as heavier, bulkier tools while providing the user-friendly features of the Comfort Crimp series of terminal crimping tools, including a shorter, ergonomic frame for mechanical advantage with less required force and comfortable, rubberized thermoplastic handles. A rotating crimp die nest marked for each specific wire size and the Shure-Stake(TM) mechanism in the handle insure perfect crimps each time.

For more information on the ERG-2008 and other Comfort Crimp terminal tools call Thomas & Betts Customer Service at 800-816-7809 or send requests by email with name, mailing address and telephone number to producthotline@tnb.com.

Thomas & Betts Corporation (NYSE: TNB) is a leading designer and manufacturer of connectors and components for worldwide electrical, communications, and utility markets. The company also manufactures industrial heating units and steel structures used in a variety of applications. For the year 2001, Thomas & Betts reported revenues of $1.5 billion. Headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, the company has manufacturing, distribution and office facilities worldwide. Visit Thomas & Betts at www.tnb.com.

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