SOLITINE Punch Down Tool

SOLITINE Punch Down Tool
What is Punch Down Tool

A punch down tool, also called a krone tool, is a hand tool used to connect telecommunications and network wires to a patch panel, punch down block, keystone module, or surface mount box. The "punch down" part of the name comes from punching a wire into place using an impact action. It consists of a handle, a spring mechanism, and a removable slotted blade. When the punch down tool connects a wire, the blade cuts off the excess wire.

  • Suitable for 110 cross-connects or reversible termination blocks; use the punch feature alone, or reverse the blade for combined punch-cutting action
  • Impact level is fully adjustable from low to high, so you can use as much or as little force as needed
  • Inserts wire into the block for a corrosion-resistant connection, and then trims off excess for an easy one-step punchdown termination
  • Constructed of sturdy plastic for longtime use from jobsite to jobsite
  • Compact body is easily stored or carried in your tool box, tool bag, or pocket
  • Spring-loaded design provides a fast, low-effort wire seating and termination
  • Internal impact mechanism eliminates jamming for longer, trouble-free service life
  • Stores spare blades in the handle, so no additional carrying bags or tubes are needed on the jobsite
  • Universal-type tool uses standard twist and lock blades for terminations
Replacement Blades for the Punchdown Tool
  • Clearly labeled on the cutting side to reduce costly punching errors
  • Made of high-carbon tool steel, heat-treated and precision ground for long life
  • Reversible blades for seating/cut, or seating only for jumper wires
  • Rust-resistant finish to ensure years of use
  • Length: 5-3/4"
  • Width: 1-1/2"
  • Depth: 1-1/8"
  • Weight: 0.5 lb
Replacement Blades
  • Type: 66-Style, 110-Style
  • Length: 2-1/4"
  • Diameter: 1/2"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb