PTS-30 Datasheet by Patco Services Inc

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T"’PATCO Thermal Wire Strippers Teflon* Insulation PTS - 30/40 Series 0 AC line or battery powered 0 Solid, stranded or shielded 0 Fast, small, portable wires 0 Safe to use 0 Hand held 0 No wire or shield nicking 0 Low cost PTS-30 series wire strippers are low power line operated tools, which far surpass all preleUs (JCVILCS in safety, versatility] speed and economy. The patented design incorporates a uniquely shaped nichrome heating element, which heats up qwckly (less than 5 seconds] to an optimal temperature of l700°F and efficiently strips high temperature insulation (Teflon'l from solid, stranded, or shielded wires in the range of #8 to #40 AWG. Extreme/y th/n heating element evaporates such a negligible amount of insulation, that the use of these strippers does not require any kind ofspeoa/ ventilation, whereas [OX/C fumes from the use of the competitive thermal SUIpperS must be exhausted. The low mass, guarded element mlnimrzes the risk of burns, eliminates nicks and broken strands ofconductors and reduces lead pull on sensitive components These comfortably SIzed handheld tools operate on [20 VAC, 50/60 Hz, with power consumption of 40 watts or less, depending on model, Dlflt’rent line voltages available on SDSCIaI orders PTS-40 SERIES: Same as PTS-30 Series except powered by rechargeable battery. Desrgned for field operation Without access to a line power Each unit Includes battery and charger and can produce over lOO strrps on full charge ‘(Tellonl r; a register“! trade mm 0/ Duponr
~PATCO Thermal Wire Strippers Stripping Elements ActLIaI Size P/N 0030001 Nov “ Model PTS-30 \X/IRE SIZES: #16 to #30 AWG solid, stranded or shielded. P/N ooawoz Model P'l'S-BOS \X/IRE SIZES: #30 to #40 AWG solid or stranded. ”WOW Model m-soc WIRE SIZES: Microwave type coaxial cables .160 inches to .220 OD. [GORE etc.) P/N 0°30HW0' Model PTS-BOHD WIRE SIZES: #14 to #IO AWG solid or stranded. P/N 003011054303 Model P'I'S-3OHDS WIRE SIZES: #8 AWG solid or stranded, II @M SPECIFICATIONS: PIS-30 Series. Dlmenslons: 5.9 in. (150 mm] x 2.25 in. 157 mm.) x 2 in. [51 mm). Welght: 1 pound [.453 kg]. Llne Cord: #18 AWG 2 wire flexible cord, 6 feet ILB m.) long. (International LlnE Cords available on special orders I SPECIFICA‘HONS: PTS-40 Serles. DImensIons: Same as PTS-30 Series. Welght: 9 ounces [.255 kg.) including battery. Battery: Ni-Cad 1.2 Volts, Single D cell. BATTERY CHARGER Dlmenslons: 2.27 in. [58 mm.) x 1.89 in. (48 mm.) x 2.12 in. [54 mm). Welgm: 6 ounces (.17 kg). Input: 120 VAC 50/60 Hz, 2.8\X/ Output: [.45 VDC 400mA. CUSTOM ELEMENTS AVAILABLE ON SPECIAL ORDERS. #22 AWG Only Sample Element
35m _—______s__:,t MECHANICAL MRE STRIPPERS — TYPE A [CURVED BLADE] As you will note in figure I the opening of fullyclosedjaws is slightly larger than the diameter or the conductor to be stripped, this is to prevent the conductor from being nicked. This method leaves a ring or uncut insulation which must be ripped off. The force necessary lot the complete separation or the slug must be added to stripping lorce needed to overcome the triction or me insulation against the conductor. Figure 2 shows a slightly/dull blade. Note that blades always stop the same distance away item the conductor However, due to elasticity of the insulation material these blades Will not penetrate as deeply as sharp blades. Figure 3 illustrates a badly worn blade. Note we eilect ofhiade sharpness on the size or the ring 0! uncut insulation increases dramatically with thedullness oi the blades. Dullness oi the blades mereiote drastically increases lead pull on sensitive components causing damage Another disadvantage pl this type ol stripper is that the stripping angle should be 90 degrees lFigure 4] As this angle changes with wrist strain, conductor damage can result [Figure 5] The severityo! conductor damage is directly proportional m the angle or the stripper in relationship to the conductor, (See Figure bl M l — wiiisr stum MECHANICAL WIRE STRIPPERS — TYPE B (STRAIGHT BLADESI This type oi stripper incorporates certain features which eliminate conductor damage. [See figure 7] Examples includemePaladrntype strippers. Sharpness of the blade is again important in order to maintain insulation penettau‘on, When blades become dull, depth of cut decreases causing strain on mechanical pans. Eventualty, ii blades are not replaced orsharpened, failure to remove slug wrll result Also, as you will note in figures 7 & 9, the tear area 0! this type is much larger than previously mentioned types. The possibility ol uneven and nonunriorm edges can result depending on insulating matenai [See figure 8 - side view & top view] Lasty, this type ofrnechanical stripper uses grabbets which hold the insulation while the blades pull the slug from the wire. The sharpness of these grabbetes is also important for proper gripping. However, me sharpness and gripping force causes insulation damage on every stn . (See figure 8) This can become very imponant for government or military work mi no , min-i ALL l THERMAL WIRE STRIPPERS HG! vii» DAMAGt /\ mix ammo. rio . i) went must 2) lIlED wriisr rm l VIlllIflll or Kl: iii-mo mun». Ill @ Men 4‘ l __iJi no iii iio ii no in —. i =u :==i :2 unit-in mm min mu _/ mm. \ iiou __l 4 mi, will. ii... loo. awtrlr ii... Product Eulletrn 007 TOOLiNCr Thermal wrre strippers offer many advantages over mechanical strippers The cutting of the insulation is accomplished by a heated blade which melts insulation all the way to the conduc- tor, this way complete separation oi the insulation is achieved [See figure lol Damage to the conductor is eliminated due to the rounded design of me blade. lFigure lll Stripping lorce is reduced to an absolute minimum. Figure l2 shows actual stripping action by the PIS-l0 model. The stripping force is delivered by large shoulder muscles which greatly reduces latigue even in prolonged periods oi continuous stripping. Figure l3 shows a comparison 0! the Prs-io to other thermal stripper designs (r e Teledyne Kinetics, Pace, etc] Thin blade design clearly out perbl'ms competitive models as illustrated. Figure I4 indicates the quality or the strip achieved by the PTS-IO vs other models The reason for thick blade design on competitive models is cleariyshown byfigure is The blades must Withstand the force required lot the removal of the slug. The PIS-I0 model incorporates a patented continuous tensioning design which permits the use or a thinner blade (See figure lo] Distributed Dy. immoi .ioiiomao

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