Weidmuller strip tool

Wire stripping

The usual Stripax strips 0.08 to 10mm2, but the Stripax 16 strips 6 to 16mm2.

It’s hard to imagine a specialist who can, with a simple electrician’s knife, or even a cheap stripper, peel away the insulation of a wire with a cross section of less than 1 mm2 without damaging even a single strand of wire. But the Weidmuller Stripax does it all with ease.

With the Weidmuller stripper it is possible to remove the insulation not only from one wire, but also from several at once.

That is, in one cycle, you can handle two or three-core cable.

If the insulation is double, there are no obstacles either. First click to remove the upper sheathing without damaging what’s underneath. And then you finally strip the conductors down to the metal.

And all this can be done without special adjustment. Only works with simple Stripax 10. But with Stripax 16, because of the shape of its blades you have to peel wires one by one in the old way.

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Type STRIPAX
Part number 9005000000
Design Tools, Stripping and cutting tools, Flexible and solid wire with PVC insulation, 10mm², 25mm
GTIN (EAN) 4008190072506
Col. 1 Piece.
Availability Stock item
Stripping length, max. 25mm
Wire stripping area AWG, max. 8 AWG
Stripping area AWG, min. 28 AWG
Stripping area, min. 0, 08 mm²
Wire cross-section (cutting capacity) 6 mm²
Cross-section of the connecting wire, max. 10 mm²
Connecting wire cross-section, min. 0, 08 mm²
Cable type Flexible and single-core PVC-insulated wire

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Stripper LAOA LA815826. Overview and comparison with Weidmuller Stripax 10

Not a bad stripper for home and for those for whom the toad does not at all sign the payment for Jokari N15. Good for home, not bad for maintenance of electrical equipment for money, not really suitable for mass wiring. In brief. On work we often have to make reconstruction of relay protections 6-110 kV. So all the old equipment is removed and mounted from scratch, running all the wiring. And here the question of a competent and fast stripping of wires with the same result comes to the fore. But there are situations when you need to clean 1-2 wires, but a good professional stripper does not pull it off (I’ll go over this point below in the review). And here we need a second tool that can do it. Yes, I have an excellent Weidmuller Stripax 10, but it so happened that I had to buy myself and a second stripper.

I chose this brand for several reasons:

1) Price; 2) found my father exactly the same and had time to feel the hands; 3) people in the reviews strongly it praised; 4) Once every five years I need to dissolve some PVA or (A) VVG, and the knife with a heel I consider a redundancy; 5) The main stripper is not very good bites wires the old type with rigid PVC-insulation because of its design.

Stripper ordered 29.12.2017, shipped it on January 5. I received the SMS from the post office on the 16th, delivery took 11 days exactly. Free shipping. Weight 167 grams, declared value of 5 at the time of purchase 13.86.

In the package was the stripper in a blister and a gift from the seller in the form of a branded keychain. There are also nail clippers or mini tape measure for keys. Mine can be used like a screwdriver or to open a beer bottle. Functionality, that’s all. 🙂

There are pictures on the package with options for using the stripper, on the back is a diagram of the stripper in Taiwanese and the manufacturer’s contact info. All typical and not especially interesting. The manufacturer states that you can strip wires from 0.08 to 2.6 square millimeters (10-20 AWG). Weidmuller cleans from 0.08 to 10 mm.

Dimensions stripper 1184726 mm, weight about 150-160 grams, if you take into account the packaging in the total weight of the parcel. Supplied with spare knives for longitudinal and cross cutting of cable. I would like to be able to purchase one or two more sets of knives from the seller, as I couldn’t find such an item in the store. Spare blades in oil, won’t wear out over time, plus a spare screw. This is well thought out.

Now on to the striper. The inscriptions are good, no smudges, plastic is very durable, survived the first day of use flying on the concrete from a meter high, without any consequences. In closed position it is secured with a lever lock located on the end face. Behind it you can see the spring. From left to right go: knife for longitudinal cutting cable, knife for cross cutting cable, jaws for gripping and pulling wire, set of precision holes for stripping wire, wire cutters. The wire stripping is made by putting the wire into the hole we need, closing the stripper, a few turns to the left and right and tearing off the rest of the insulation. On the Weidmuller, you just need to insert the wire in the work area, and squeeze the handles. From here on the stripper will do everything himself. This is the main advantage of automatic pullers.

In today’s tests will be PVS 2×1, AVVG 3×1,5, some wire in 2x1mm sheath (I can’t say the exact marking due to its lack), installation monocore, multicore wires with vinyl and PVC insulation (PuV, PuVG, PV3 at 1.5 and 2.5 square millimeters and the cherry on the cake in the form of an old wire with rigid PVC insulation. The test will consist of comparing the quality and convenience of stripping with manual and automatic strippers, convenience of cutting wire with wire cutters and stripping cable sheathing. Well, in the end let’s sum up.

Let’s look at cutting wires first. The Weidmuller Stripax has separate cutters that, due to the long length of the handles, make it easy to cut all the wires in the working range. On the manual stripper with hard wire trimming no problems arise, except for too loud popping when plastic parts collide from the sharp clamping. But when cutting a multicore, there’s a chance of not cutting it all the way through.

It may be due to not a very good profile and grinding blades. There’s still a little bit of sludge. Now let’s move on to cutting cables with a sheath. Here Stripax doesn’t stand a chance, as it was not designed for this purpose. The LAOA has a trapezoidal knife for the longitudinal cut. With its high tip it plunges into the sheath from above and cuts it away from itself. The applied force depends on the material properties and thickness.

PVS: the sheathing is not cut all the way through in some places, apparently, it is too thick for it. Wires are intact inside, but it was necessary to get to them, by tearing the sheathing with hands. Not critical, but unpleasant.

AVBG: no questions here, everything is fine. The cut is smooth and easy.

Unclear cable without marking with a thin sheath: similar to AVVG, no complaints.

I was afraid that the knife will cut through insulation, but for some clever reason it does not happen, but at work I cut a lot of scraps and no matter what. Or maybe it’s my luck?

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Cross-cutting. Here, no matter how I tried, but except for cutting spiral tape from the PVA shell, I failed. Probably the lack of skill, because the obscure cable was relatively easy and simple. Although if you believe the pictures on the Internet, the more famous pullers have not one but several knives for cross-cutting, which makes more sense. Here we decided to make do with just one. The wires, again, are intact.

When stripping wires I don’t see the point in showing the stripper every time, because it gives the same result with the same excellent quality, except for very hard materials. As a separate plus I’d like to mention the possibility of adjusting cutting length and pressure of knives. On LAOA you have to do everything with your hands.

When using a manual stripper the first drawback comes out. the American system of sections. The thing is that we do not have sections of 0.8 1.6, 2.6 mm, there are 0.75, 1.5, 2.5. And this small difference is already starting to affect the quality of the stripping.

Wire 2.5 mm, stranded in vinyl insulation (PV3). When trying to peel in the 2.6 mm window, the insulation cuts through and does not come off all the way. over there is a piece of insulation stuck between the knife and the handle, and it needs to be pulled out. When I try to strip at 2.5mm it cuts a part of wires as expected.

PV3 monocore wire, 2.5 mm. The 2.6 mm window is not stripping at all, the 2 mm window strips without any problems. There is a suspicion that the wire itself is not 2.5 mm, although stated as GOST.

Flexible PVC insulated stranded wire. Similarly, multicore in vinyl, there is no sense even to attach photos. AVVG 3h1,5. In the window of 1.6 mm cleans without nagging, scuffs on the wire does not leave. The blue wire is stripped with Stripax, the yellow one with LAOA.

Generally speaking, I don’t see the point of continuing to show you rigid and flexible wires of other cross sections and brands, as it cleans multicore wire badly, monocore wire well.

And now the cherry on the cake, the Soviet installation wire in rigid PVC insulation, and the insulation is really thick.

And that’s where the German Stripax is blown away. It doesn’t have enough clamping force and blade depth to tear the insulation. If you set the regulator to the maximum stroke, it still takes 2-3 passes and the wire remains scraped by the blades.

But the Chinese stripper strips the insulation from the first time and perfectly.

Bottom line: This tool is definitely worth its money. It is perfect for home masters who do not need to clean 10-50 wires a day, it does not take much space and weight, is perfectly assembled and very functional. Originally purchased more for a home tool kit, but after a day of using it, I decided to take it to work before buying myself a Jokari N15. For with thick insulation, it copes much better, and the possibility of neat cutting the cable is tempting. For everything else there’s a Weidmuller, it’s designed for strictly professional use. As an alternative, I can suggest some KVT series WS-09, it will be cheaper, but with less functionality. Series WS-11 and the like (which are reviewed here many times), I personally did not like the use, about the cheap pullers, which are made like wire cutters or have a tweak screw, I will not even say. This is complete crap that can only be purchased for a very rainy day, IMHO.

Weidmuller stripper blades Stripax

Weidmuller Stripax blades are unusual. They are sort of segmented and consist of a large number of individual blades combined into one. Also they are spring loaded, like on a good quality razor.

In total there are 30 such segmented blade-plates. That way when the wire is stripped it is completely girdled. The wire does not slip anywhere and the insulation can be removed without any risk of damaging the wire itself.

The blades press on the insulation from both sides. Some of the blades are elastically deformed, causing them to bend around the wire and cut through the insulation at the same time. You are guaranteed to be free of the defects below, which are observed with other strippers:

It should be noted that these blades are mounted on a simple Stripax. The Weidmuller Stripax 16 has different blades. They are stiffer and have a semi-circular shape. That’s why this model is already designed for tougher wires from 6 to 16mm2.

The indisputable advantage of Weidmuller strippers is that the cutting blades with the entire fixture are detachable.

If the blade eventually wears out or you accidentally damage it, you can order a replacement set and have everything replaced in a couple of minutes.

Weidmuller Stripax stripping tool

I was doing a series of devices about half a year ago, and there was a lot of cables, small, multi-stranded. It should have been crimped, pre-cleaned. Anyway, I’m exhausted. I decided I’d had enough of it, so I invested in a good tool. Bought myself a proper wire stripper.

▌Proskit Before that, of course, I had a stripper like this:

Bought it on ali when it wasn’t yet mainstream 🙂 Basically, it’s pretty good. I like it conceptually. Cleans pretty thick wires just fine, can work as a wire stripper if I have to cut in. It can squeeze not very thick lugs and terminals, although the crimp is not so good there. Can not compare with the specialized.

Its heavy-duty steel construction just rips off the outside insulation of some VVG-NG of not too big caliber, up to six is enough, after the cable width does not fit.

In general, it’s great, its worth more than 1800 rubles. But the clamping precision of the gripping jaws suffers and stripping thin wires, like in a telephone cable, is done with a lot of matting and marriage. It doesn’t grip, it grips, but it doesn’t rip. It also has a significant disadvantage tight spring and ball lock mechanism that gives a lot of force, even at idle speed, and on the wire, so in general. Add to this the hard and not very comfortable handles, and after half an hour of intensive clacking blister on the right hand is guaranteed. Prove you’re not a wanker. Decided to find myself a stripper for delicate work.

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▌The first choice I made was the Knippex. I read reviews, talked to people who collect low voltage equipment, where strippers work simply in industrial scale. I was told it wasn’t worth the money for my money. There’s nothing special about it, but everyone praised Stripax as one. On a cursory googling I found it in Chelyabinsk, in stock. I went out and bought one.

▌What can the Müller do So, here it is in my hand. First impressions Handle made of plastic, fits very well in the hand, nothing sticks and does not chafe. It’s easy to stow, it’s lightweight. The tool is very light, so it feels weak, not real. Although the impression is deceptive. The plastic is excellent, hard and ductile. The jaws are steel. There’s no reason to remove the top plate. Why? I don’t get it.

In the shed there is a movable shelf with a catch. It’s used to set the depth of the stripping and it works as a stop. You can set it up to 25mm. If you need more, go to the Proskit, you can get it anywhere. There’s a cutter under the tool‘s lip, it’s sharp and good.

Six-square wire cuts without any noticeable effort at all. And it can be covered with this cap, to prevent something from getting into it, while you are picking at the bunch of wires. A small thing, but pleasant.

What makes Stripax different from other similar streamers. Primarily with the blade. Stripax is not a regular one, it’s sectional. Consisting of sharp plates that dig into the insulation with corners:

Many plates and it turns out that each occupies its own height. On both the thick and the thin, sort of adjusting. If there’s more than one wire, the blades hug each one individually.

This allows you to strip several strands of multicore wires and even flat cables in one click, as long as they fit in width. Wide loops can be stripped in parts.

Above the blade there is a slider to fine tune the compression force.

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Basically, you can put it in the middle and not touch it. The tool adjusts itself. But sometimes there are problems, for example, removing the outer braid coil, on the middle setting the blade scratch on the conductors, ripping off the insulation. I have to loosen it a little bit. Or sometimes the Teflon insulation is slippery, so you have to tighten it. But I don’t use it much.

The second killer feature I haven’t found on anyone else is partial stripping. You’ve probably bought some modules on ali that had wires with the insulation cut off but not stripped? As a result, on the spot it was enough just to pull the cap off the wire and all, and when carrying the tips are not fluffy. This is a stripper that can do that!

It has a thumbscrew on the handle, turning it sets the tightening stroke of the blades.

There are three positions You can pull completely, you can only pull down a little, and there is an intermediate position, when you pulled about 5 mm. Of course, it doesn’t work on every wire. It has to be stiff enough to pull the tube of insulation back in without squashing the strands. With MGTF, for example, will not work. But with thicker wires, it’s a piece of cake.

Another trick, if the tube insulation is not removed, and twisted, the strands are very tight and high quality twist. Just a peek.

▌Limits Promise 0.08-10 kv.mm. I can’t say anything about the thickest wire. That’s not why I got it. I’ve got one of these on hand for 6 squares:

The thinnest ones are fine. For example, here’s a hard case. MSTF, the thinnest. What is its diameter, I can’t even say, it’s difficult to measure it with a tripod.к. crushing it. Outer diameter, with insulation, 0.6mm. The task is to clean the tip of 3mm. You set it up, click it off!

What about MGTF, it strips the varnish off thick PE wire 🙂 Т.е. It’s natural click and the lacquer is peeled off, you can tin- tin- tin- tin- tin Although it’s a mockery of the tool.к. The force there is brutal. Т.к. Those blades just scrape off the copper, chewing it off along with the varnish.

▌Replaceable blades, sold separately, cost as much as half a stripper. I really did not understand how to get them out of there without disassembling the stripper. The large resource, a friend who recommended them to me says that they have never changed, even though they work on an industrial scale.

▌Disadvantages There is a little disadvantage. When you peel very small segments off a thin wire, literally a couple of millimeters, at minimum set length, these segments often get stuck between the blade and the plate and you have to shake them out of there.

However, they don’t interfere with my work and they drop out on their own after a click or two, but they piss me off.

▌Verdict In short, the thing is not cheap (I bought it in 17 for 3800r), but, man, it is worth it. Even though I don’t use it from morning till night, but I don’t regret the expenses one bit. For thin work is the best, and for rough stripping of thick wires, I use an old and oak proskit, it can kill, it is difficult to break, and with thick wires, it copes perfectly.

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