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Steel Armoured Cable Stripper - SACS Tool

FAQ - SACS Tool Frequently Asked Questions

SACS Tool SWA Cable Stripping Tool
Q: Can the tool be used by either hand?

Yes it can be used by left and right handed tradespeople.

Q: What size cables can the SACS tool cable stripper act on?

The tool works on cables with diameters from 12mm(3 core 2.5mm) upto 36mm (3core 70mm)

Q: Can it strip the second layer of insulation?

Yes, but as with a sharp knife extra care needs to be taken.

Q: How many operations can the blade perform?

The suppliers of the blade estimate that 300 operations should be possible.

Q: Can the SACS tool cable stripper be used to strip other cables?

The tool has been used to strip YY cable with some care.

Q: How do I maintain the tool?

Occasional cleaning and oiling are advised. Check and tighten all pins/screws.

Q: What skill level do you need to be able to use it?

It is easily learnt and far simpler than traditional methods of Hacksaw and knife. Repeated use will improve user results.

Q: How does the SACS tool cable stripper improve on other products?

The SACS tool is the only product that can act on both insulation and steel strands and cut in both directions.

Q: How do you stop the strands "hooking" when breaking off at cut point?

Insufficient cut depth and / or poor quality cable lead to this effect. The outer sheaf on some cables allow the strands to flex which causes the "hook". Apply finger tip pressure at snap point to reduce.


Complete 5-step process of using the SACS® Tool. Cutting wheel depth will vary according to cable size, progressive advancement is best.