Because of their time-saving feature, toolless keystone jacks are growing in popularity these days. The term “Toolless" actually means no professional punchdown tool such as 110 impact tool is required, not that no tools are needed. In the end, you still require a knipper to cut the cable and a stripper to remove the jacket, correct?
So, a "Toolless" keystone jack installation should be completed with the readily available tools in your vicinity. And we're excited to introduce the EZ-Parallel Plier, a versatile tool that functions similarly to a nut cracker or a plumber wrench.
Even though you can still use your bare hands to press the "Toolless" keystone jacks, the EZ-Parallel Plier is designed to assist by conserving your strength when pressing the cover to leverage the wire cap downwards. This tool can be a great asset when working on thousands of nodes in large sites, helping you save valuable time and money. Most importantly, it helps prevent sore hands, ensuring a more comfortable and efficient working experience.