An innovative and secure system of copper connectors and the DUAL tool system for crimping of flexible copper power cables rated for a max continuous temperature of 150ºC and cover the area range of 95 – 240 mm².
Two weeks after finishing his workshop apprenticeship, he secured a job as a milling machine operator.
This Midsummer marked 49 years for Stefan Sjödin at Elpress - an almost unsurpassable record.
“There aren’t many of us iron lads left these days,” he says.
Crimping tool for end- and TWIN-end terminals, rotatable dies and square crimp. End terminals 0,14-16 mm² and TWIN-end terminals 2x0,5-2x6 mm².
The Elpress GRS1560LC-4 is a crimping tool for solar connectors such as the MC4™ and others like it. It is the perfect tool for solar panel installers. This tool has been tested and certified for crimping terminals with a diameter of 4 mm/0.157”. Cable area 1.5-2.5; 4.0; 6.0 mm²/AWG 16-14; 12; 10.
(MC4™ is a trademark owned by Multi-Holding AG).
Crimping tool for contact crimping Cu terminals 10 - 70 mm2.
Tested and certified hydraulic hand-held tools for contact crimping Cu terminals, type KR/KS, KRF/KSF, KRT/KST 10-70 mm², KRD/KSD 10-95 mm² and C sleeves C6-10 and C16-25. Fast-feed to crimp die engagement provides short crimp times. Used together with “MB” dies.
RPL1001 is a complete assortment box designed for electromechanical and service workshops, containing terminals and tools. The box is made of unbreakable plastic with polypropylene walls and polycarbonate lid. Practical and securely designed to be stackable with removable inserts, perfect for easy refilling of terminals.
- with extra narrow palms
Jakob Sandwall takes over as the new CEO of Elpress Group and replaces Mattias Östman, who after many successful years in the company – the last seven as CEO – has asked to leave his position. With extensive experience from the manufacturing industry, Jakob will be a valuable asset of Elpress continued growth journey. The change of CEO took place on November 15th.
FEELING for METAL(L)
When Johan Söderlund was doing his degree project for his Master's in Industrial Economics, he saw a vacancy at Elpress in Kramfors. That was almost four years ago and Johan is thriving in his current role as Product Manager.