.250 Wide Two-Step Band Application Tool M81306/2-01A
- Hand Operated
EMI/RFI Band Application System for M85049/128 Shield Termination Bands.
DMC’s Two-Step Banding Tools are designated for M85049/128- 1, M85049/128-2, M85049/128-5 and M85049/128-6 “welded buckle” bands. These tools tension and cut the band and leave an extended cut off tab. The second step provides an extra level of security by utilizing a roll-over tool to bend the cut-off tab over a full 180 degrees in a second operation.
DBS-1100 (M81306/2-01A) .250 Wide Band Tool:
• Size: 1.38” x 5.5” x 7.5”
• Weight: 1.4 lbs.
• Tension Range: 140–160 lbs.
• Cut-off blade are replaceable with DBS-1100-7
A pneumatic version of this tool is available, P/N: PBT1100.
Works with the DBS-R03 (M81306/2-01C) Roll Over Tool for .250 Wide Bands.
Verification of Two-Step EMI/RFI Band Tools:
DMC’s Two-Step Band Application Tools may be adjusted and verified to insure correct band tension. In order to make this operation simple and efficient for field use, DMC designed
and patented a compression fixture system (DBS-CG2A) which uses a Go/No-Go Gage to measure the tool tension.
The DBS-CG1 Laboratory Calibration Instrument will allow the operator to measure the exact tension produced by the tool.
A free standing holding fixture is available (DBS-CG1-F) to aid the calibration process by securing the DBS-CG1 and banding
tool in place. The DBS-CG1-F holding fixture secures the banding tool in place during calibration. This fixture only works with the Two-Step Tools and DBS-CG1 Calibration Instrument (Banding tools and DBS-CG1 are sold separately)
|Shipping Weight||4.5 LBS|
|Military Part Number||M81306/2-01A|
|National Stocking Number||5120013755307|
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Daniels Manufacturing Corporation warrants each new unit sold by it to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. DMC’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the free correction or, at DMC’s option, the refund of the purchase price of any such unit which proves defective within Ninety (90) Days after delivery to the first user, provided that the unit is returned to DMC with all transportation charges prepaid, and which shall appear to DMC’s satisfaction, upon inspection by DMC, to have been defective in material or workmanship.
This warranty shall not cover any damage to such products, which in the opinion of Daniels Manufacturing Corporation, was caused by normal wear, misuse, improper operation or accident. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties express or implied. No warranty express or implied, is made or authorized to be made or assumed with respect to products of Daniels Manufacturing Corporation, other than those herein set forth. The tooling suggested within this website may not cover a user's specific contract or manufacturing requirements. It is the user's responsibility to carry out sufficient testing to verify the suitability of the DMC product selected for the specific requirements of each particular application. DMC is not liable for consequential or special damages of any nature or kind resulting from the use of any of our products. Daniels Manufacturing Corporation is not liable for Consequential or Special Damages of any nature or kind resulting from the use of any of its products. Owners and users of DMC products assume full responsibility for instructing their employees in the proper and safe use of such products. *as defined by PL93-637.
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Return material will be subject to a re-stocking charge up to twenty percent (20%).
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Return credit must be offset by a purchase order for new DMC product on a dollar for dollar basis.