Swage terminal

Swage terminal

A swage terminal is a product used to terminate wire. A machine is used (swaging machine) to terminate the wire. The wire is passed into a deep hole in the swage terminal which is then pressed onto the terminal by applying force. This type of product is associated to the architectural and marine industries.

ee also

*Swageless terminal

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