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Coax Compression Connector Crimp Tool for F Type Compression

SKU: 148-N
Model: 148-N
UPC: 815239014533
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Coax Compression Connector Crimp Tool F Type Compression

Universal Compression/Crimping Tool. Works with F type only, compression connectors. Pre-calibrated and easy to use. Compatible with almost all connectors, e.g. PPC, Digicon, Gilbert, Holland, Thomas And Betts Snap And Seal, Ultrease, Stirling, Lock And Seal, etc. Perfect for Satellite TV, CATV, Home Theater, and Security. Permanent connection so your connector never comes loose.

  • Designed for F compression fittings only F-Type
  • Smooth one-cycle full ratchet mechanism
  • Compatible with almost all connectors, e.g. PPC, Digicon, Gilbert, Holland, Thomas And Betts Snap And Seal, Ultrease, Stirling, Lock And Seal, etc
  • Permanent connection so your connector never comes loose
  • Heavy Duty
  • Pre-calibrated and easy to use
  • Lightweight ergonomic design
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