Not to sound rude but there’s nothing worse than a maintenance guy trying to help out. Just hireThis project will involve taking a 3x3 box off the wall and pulling the wires from the mcc out the wall of the building to repair a bunch of conduit etc. I simply don't have the man power to wrestle the 600s around in the time frame I have so have to bring in extra help. I figure at max I have a day and a half I can comfortably shut the plant down. Not to mention I don't have the experience to confidently do it without help. I plan on working alongside the contractor so it will be a good chance to pick up some extra knowledge. I looked briefly at a crimper but this would literally be the only time I would use it probably so pretty hard to justify buying one, I'll have to ask the contractor and the supply house if anyone around here has one for rent.
We use the same ones or similar with the Milwaukee idk it takes like 1 second for the crimp and it’s a fork style so you don’t have to open the jaws just stick it on push the button till it stops and opens back up takes like 2 secondsThis is the barrel type we use:
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12tonI didn’t see the pressure specification in the product info. That’s one if not the the most important criteria that should be listed.
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