Bender-Booter Produced Finished Ignition Wire Assemblies

A new, air-powered, ergonomic bender-booter ignition wire assembly machine that can produce straight, 45-, and 90-degree angled boots is being introduced by ETCO Incorporated of Warwick, Rhode Island.

ETCO Bender-BooterThe ETCO Bender-Booter is a pneumatic, bench-top unit that applies a boot to a terminated ignition wire and bends it to produce 45-degree and 90-degree angled or straight boots. Featuring dual palm-button actuation for operator safety, a user simply loads the terminated spark plug or distributor wire into the machine, loads the silicon rubber boot, presses the buttons and a finished assembly is ejected.

Capable of processing up to 100 wire assemblies per hour, the ETCO Bender-Booter measures 24” W x 18” D and replaces the firm’s previous line of foot pedal-operated booters. This semi-automatic machine is designed to bend and boot ETCO CB2, CB3, AB16, CB8, AB15, and AB20 boots, along with DT2000LB, DT207LB, DT200B, DT250B, DT257B, SP19, and DT7B ignition terminals.

The ETCO Bender-Booter is priced at $4,195.00 with 6 week delivery typical. Literature is available upon request.

Posted: March 4, 2012 in: Automotive News, Wire Termination News