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Greenlee Press Tool on Pipe
Workers can now confirm, in a safer manner, that the shielded cable they are intending to work on, is free from energization. Use of Remote Cutting Tools and the associated processes take the worker out of the Line of Fire.

Kevin Kinnerk

Retired Standards & Methods Writer
Dedicated to Protecting You
Greenlee Electric Cable Cutter on white Background
Dedicated to Protecting You
  • Developed in unison with utility professionals
  • Created a method to “remove the target“ from the test area when cutting electric cables
Complete Operational Control
Man Demonstrating Complete Operational Control on Greenlee Tools
Complete Operational Control
  • Select between Hand-Held Manual and Remote usage options
  • Double tap trigger operation protects unintentional blade engagement
  • Mechanical break stops residual blade travel when trigger is disengaged
Cutting Capacity
Greenlee ESG105LXR being used by a man
Cutting Capacity
  • Flip-top jaw and guillotine style cutting head secures conductor
  • Greenlee ESG65LXR cutting capacity of up to 2.55" (65 mm)
  • Greenlee ESG105LXR cutting capacity of up to 4.13" (105 mm)
  • Cutting head rotates 350°
  • LED level indicator on battery and built-in tool self-test confirms ability to complete cut