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BURNDY Announces the Release of Y122CMR HYTOOL

August 26, 2014 -- BURNDY introduces the new Y122CMR mechanical full cycle ratchet HYTOOL to its line of tooling products.  The Y122CMR HYTOOL™ will accommodate copper compression HYDENT connectors for :

  • #12 - #2 AWG Class B
  • #12 - #2 Class I Flex
  • #2 Solid & #3 Stranded

The die index is embossed on the crimped connector for permanent inspectability.

This tool is also available in a kit (Y122CMRKIT) equipped with a high-impact-formed sturdy metal carrying case that houses the tool and select YAV, YAZ, and YAZV terminals.

The Y122CMR ergonomic full cycle ratchet tools provide a complete positive crimp every time. The ergonomic comfort grip handles reduce operator fatigue during continuous use. The ratchet mechanism assures the tool must complete a full cycle before releasing.

About BURNDY
Headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire BURNDY has over 85 years of dedicated customer support in both service and product. Our customers need to look no further than BURNDY for all their connector, tool, and accessory needs with our BURNDY Engineered Systems of coordinating dies, connectors and tools. The three elements have been specifically designed to work together and engineered to meet stringent, accepted quality standards – providing the user complete confidence in the integrity of the connection.

CONTACT:

Contact us at 47 E. Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, New Hampshire, 03109, call Customer Service at

1-800-346-4175, or visit our website at www.BURNDY.com

Since 2009, BURNDY LLC has been a key brand under the Electrical Systems Platform of Hubbell Incorporated. More information can be found at www.Hubbell.com

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