The Ripjack™ safely strips URD cable with the push of a button,

                      preventing injuries and saving valuable time and money

The Ripjack™ safely strips URD cable with the push of a button,

Preventing injuries and saving valuable time and money

The patented Ripjack is the first power tool to remove the outer jacket from stranded concentric underground primary cable, replacing current manual methods. The Ripjack solves currently significant issues with safety efficiency, and user friendliness in the cable preparation process. The Ripjack works on all sizes of stranded concentric URD cable from #2 to 1500 MCM, with no adjustments needed between different sizes of cable.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Eliminates 70 to 200 pounds of force from linemen’s joints

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5x faster than manual methods

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Uses a Milwaukee M18™ battery*

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Remote Controlled

No blades!

No adjustments 

between cable sizes

THE BENEFITS

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Stan Booth
Stan Booth
16:30 29 Dec 19
Excellent innovative product which will save hours of work
Geo. Mersereau
Geo. Mersereau
21:39 04 Dec 19
An amazing tool that’s long overdue in this industry! 20 years in the powerline industry and I've never seen anything like it but I'd have killed for one when I was in the field.The Ripjack obviously saves wear and tear on the body, but being a safety guy and trainer now, the immediate and significant reduction in potential contact while in an energized situation is the true selling point for me. A must have for any URD crew and a bargain in my opinion for what it saves long term.You did a really good thing here Dynamize - keep it up!George M. Mersereau, CUSPread more
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OUR STORY

Linemen deserve tools that work just as hard as they do. That’s why we founded Dynamize: to build a new generation of tools that make linemen’s work safer, faster, and easier. 

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