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Copper Compression

Produced from high conductivity copper tubing. Serrations indicate proper crimp locations. Tin plated to provide corrosion resistance. Marked with die index and color code. Suitable for use at voltages up to 35 KV provided connector is properly taped. 5 KV is the maximum voltage in all bare splices.  For applications greater than 2000 volts, consult the cable manufacturer for voltage stress relief instructions.

Made of high conductivity copper-metal barrier separates conductor thereby eliminating strand cutting. Generous chamfer protects cable. For compressing, use one crimp with hydraulic tools.  Three crimps with mechanical tools.

These taps ensure positive, all-around compression with low resistance and high pull-out values. Made of high conductivity copper, they satisfy the requirements of NEC250-81 and 250-91 for connecting to the grounding electrode system. Rated for 600 V applications.

These taps ensure positive, all-around compression with low resistance and high pull-out values. Made of high conductivity copper, they satisfy the requirements of NEC250-81 and 250-91 for connecting to the grounding electrode system. Rated for 600 V applications.

For use with fine-stranded and flexible wire, made from copper tube and plated for corrosion resistance, belled end allows for easy cable insertion.

Produced from high conductivity copper D tubing. Tin-Plated to provide corrosion resistance. Marked with die index and color coded. Listed for 35 KV maximum when properly installed. For applications greater than 2000 volts, consult the cable manufacturer for voltage stress relief instructions.

Connector end has a gentle, continuous flare to ensure ease of cable insertion of flexible and extra-flexible cables such as locomotive, welding, mining cable and more. The flared end also reduces pressure on the cable strands after installation and protects them from chafing and breakage as a result of cable movement. Tinplated for corrosion resistance. Rated 600 volts for copper cables only. Single mounting hole.

Produced from high conductivity copper tubing.  Allows easy inspection of the termination to assure complete cable insertion. Tin-Plated to provide corrosion resistance. Marked with die index and color coded. Listed for 35 KV maximum when properly installed. For applications greater than 2000 volts, consult the cable manufacturer for voltage stress relief instructions. Additional hole spacing options available on request.

Produced from high conductivity copper tubing.  Allows easy inspection of the termination to assure complete cable insertion. Tin-Plated to provide corrosion resistance. Marked with die index and color coded. Listed for 35 KV maximum when properly installed. For applications greater than 2000 volts, consult the cable manufacturer for voltage stress relief instructions. Additional hole spacing options available on request.

Connector end has a gentle, continuous flare to ensure ease of cable insertion of flexible and extra-flexible cables such as locomotive, welding, mining cable and more. The flared end also reduces pressure on the cable strands after installation and protects them from chafing and breakage as a result of cable movement. Tin-plated for corrosion resistance. Rated 600 volts for copper cables only. NEMA spaced mounting holes (13/4”).

These connectors are the same as the GL-N Series – Short Barrel Copper Compression Lugs (with Peep Hole) except that they are provided without the peephole.  Produced from high conductivity copper tubing, they are tin-plated to provide corrosion resistance. Also, they are marked with die index and color coded.  Listed for 35 KV maximum when properly installed. For bolt hole sizes not listed, please contact NSi.

Produced from high conductivity copper tubing. Tin-Plated to provide corrosion resistance.  Marked with die index and color coded.  Listed for 35 KV maximum when properly installed. For applications greater than 2000 volts, consult the cable manufacturer for voltage stress relief instructions.

Connector end has a gentle, continuous flare to ensure ease of cable insertion of flexible and extra-flexible cables such as locomotive, welding, mining cable and more.  The flared end also reduces pressure on the cable strands after installation and protects them from chafing and breakage as a result of cable movement. Tinplated for corrosion resistance. Rated 600 volts for copper cables only. Single mounting hole.

These connectors are the same as the standard LN Series – Long Barrel Copper Compression Lugs except that the mounting hole sizes and spacings are common to the telecommunications industry. Produced from high conductivity copper tubing, they are tin-plated to provide corrosion resistance. Also, they are marked with die index and color coded. Listed for 35 KV maximum when properly installed. For bolt hole sizes not listed, please contact NSi. Available in 45 degree and 90 degree angle variations on most sizes. Contact NSi for price and delivery.

Connector end has a gentle, continuous flare to ensure ease of cable insertion of flexible and extra-flexible cables such as locomotive, welding, mining cable and more. The flared end also reduces pressure on the cable strands after installation and protects them from chafing and breakage as a result of cable movement. Tin-plated for corrosion resistance. Rated 600 volts for copper cables only. NEMA spaced mounting holes (13/4”).

Tin-plated pure aluminum for good conductivity and corrosion resistance. Allows for stacking of standard two-hole compression lugs and keeps inventories to a minimum. To stack four-hole NEMA drilled terminals, use two adapters assembled in parallel.

Splice has flared openings at both ends to ensure ease of cable insertion of flexible and extra-flexible cables such as locomotive, welding, mining cable and more. Positive center stop. Tin-plated for corrosion resistance. Rated 600 volts for copper cables only.