Utility supplies: Mechanical full cycle ratchet

utility supplies Burndy

Utility supplies: BURNDY® introduces new features for the Y122CMR mechanical full cycle ratchet HYTOOL™. The Y122CMR HYTOOL™ will accommodate copper compression HYDENT™ connectors for:
• #12 - #2 AWG Stranded
• #12 - #2 AWG G, H, I, K, M and DLO Flex
• #12 - #2 AWG Solid

The die index and BURNDY “bug” ( ) are embossed on the crimped connector for permanent inspectability. This tool is also available in two different kits (Y122CMRKIT and Y122CMRCIKIT), and both come with a sturdy metal carrying case that houses the tool and select terminals.

The Y122CMR ratchet tool provides a full cycle ratchet crimp every time. The Y122CMR will not release until complete. Additionally, the comfort-grip handles reduce operator fatigue during continuous use.

Features and Benefits:
• Overmolded comfort grip handles
• Easy groove identification with color coded dies
• UL Listed/CSA Certified connections when used with recommended BURNDY terminals/splices
• Die index embossment for all 6 wire ranges
• Emergency release mechanism in case of misalignment or mistaken die choice
• D-Ring Lanyard Holder

For more information about BURNDY or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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