Manual and electronic battery and electronic high power (with fixed power supply and cord) options are available to meet the diverse array of laboratory crimping and decapping applications. View the full range of CRS crimping tools.
This is based on the amount of crimping you perform as well as individual preference. Manual crimping tools are ideal for low volume crimping. Electronic battery and high power crimpers are recommended for higher volume applications. Of course, high and low volume levels are subjective to the individual user. Electronic battery crimping tools can be used with aluminum or two-part aluminum/steel caps. A separate tool is required for each size and function needed. In contrast, the electronic high power crimping tool has interchangeable jaw sets for various sizes and functions that fit into one main unit. These tools are also strong enough to be used with all steel and magnetic caps.
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This is dependent on the application use. Typically 600-1,000 cycles per charge.
About 2 hours.
This is dependent on the application and how heavily it is used. Typically 60,000-100,000 cycles.