An all-round talent that comes in two versions
In practice, there are two types of notch crimping: traditional notch crimping and double indent crimping. Our notch tools allow crimpings with cross-sections of up to 400 mm². Both versions are effective in equal measure and identical in terms of their properties. All notch crimping involves special crimpings, which are most suitable for fine and superfine stranded conductors, in order to create permanent and secure connections. However, stranded conductors can also be used to create a secure connection.
Notch crimping covers a wide range of conductors: from stranded copper cables of class 2 according to DIN EN 60228 to fine and superfine types of classes 5 and 6. Of course, it must be ensured that the matching cable lug is used. In terms of technology, notch crimping is set apart by its high degree of compaction. Remember that notch crimping generates a high material load, which results from the large force when crimping. It is therefore important that high-quality connecting materials are used and the connection is non-tension. The same number of notches as for a narrow hexagonal crimp is required.