Harting expands assembly tool lineup, offers one-stop shoppingJanuary 21, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Harting is a global leader in the connector industry, in large part because it is constantly innovating. It regularly develops durable and reliable products for its customers in a wide range of industries. It comes as no surprise, then, that the industry leader now offers its largest portfolio of assembly tools yet. Its newest additions — a slimline screwdriver set and tightening torque tools for guiding pins — join the company’s already extensive tooling lineup, which includes hex keys, crimp tools, panel punches, torque sets and more.
Meet the new additions
Harting’s lineup of assembly tools now includes:
- slimline screwdrivers, ideal for assembly with the integration of the insulation at blade diameter;
- a tightening torque tool that offers simple operation and reproducible quality with a fixed torque (0.5 Nm), which makes it almost impossible to over or under tighten; and
- battery- or manually operated panel cut out punch tools, available in different sizes, designed for the easy creation of the corresponding panel cut out right on the spot, eliminating laborious sawing.
These newest additions further establish Harting as a one-stop shop that ensures engineers have the tools they need. The company’s lineup of crimp tools, for example, covers assembly needs from D-Sub all the way up to 240-mm2 wire cross sections, and includes manual crimp tools, battery-operated crimping tools for field assembly, and fully automated crimp tooling machines.
Harting’s assembly tools align perfectly with its connector products for both large form factor industrial and board level connectivity. Using Harting work tools offers a solution that precisely fits the connector or contacts involved, making the job easy, quick and reliable, the company says.
A leading manufacturer
The Harting Technology Group employs more than 4,000 people globally, with subsidiaries and branch offices in 40 countries, including a Canadian office in Saint-Laurent, Que. The company’s portfolio of connectivity solutions focuses on multiple levels, from the machine to the device and into the communication infrastructure.
To learn more about its line of assembly tools, contact Harting Canada.