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CEMBRE Crimpster HN 5 Ratchet Crimping Tool

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CEMBRE Crimpster HN 5 Ratchet Crimping Tool

Ergonomical manual tools knew for precision, quality and reliability. Designed for crimping electrical connections, the 13 models can crimp insulated terminals and connectors. These tools are made for technicians and installers. HN 5 is used for conductor sizes 10 to 16 sqmm Uninsulated terminals and connectors.

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Product Info


The ratchet controlled tools in the Crimpstar® range, are compact, lightweight and easy to use. Features include:

  • High precision investment casting jaws made of special treated steel
  • Ratchet control to ensure precise crimping.
  • Emergency device to allow for jaws opening at any stage of operation.
  • Toggle action leverage to reduce operator effort.
  • Automatic handles opening after crimping operation
  • Ergonomically designed moulded plastic grips.
  • To open jaws in case of emergency push the release lever as indicated
  • Several combinations of kits including tool and relative connectors are available

Used for Uninsulated Terminals and Connectors - HN 5 is used for conductor sizes 10 to 16  sqmm


Technical Characteristics

Length 234.5 mm
Width 73.0 mm
Height 18.3 mm
Weight 489 g
Type of action Crimp
Color (Moulded) Black-Blue
Material (Body) Special steel
Material (Moulded) Bicomponent plastic grips


Technical Features:

  • Treated steel crimp jaws with high mechanical properties.
  • Factory-set ratchet for crimpingcontrol (automatic handle opening upon completion of crimping operation.)
  • Emergency release lever which, if necessary, opens the crimp jaws before their complete closure.
  • Ergonomically designed non-slip moulded plastic grips.




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