The 8-10 AWG Split Bolt Connector is an essential component in power and grounding electrical connection applications, offering a reliable solution for splicing, tapping, and terminating conductors. This connector is meticulously crafted from a high-strength copper alloy, ensuring not only superior conductivity but also resistance to corrosion and seasonal cracking. Its robust construction guarantees a durable and long-lasting connection in a variety of environmental conditions.
Material Excellence: Manufactured from a high-strength copper alloy, providing a sturdy and reliable connection.
Ease of Installation: The bolt and nut feature a hex design, allowing for easy installation with standard tooling, simplifying the process and saving time.
Versatile Use: Specifically designed for copper to copper connections, ensuring compatibility and efficiency.
User-Friendly Design: Free running threads and easy-to-grip wrench flats make installation hassle-free.
Optimal Pressure: Engineered to provide maximum pressure, ensuring a secure connection across all combinations of connectors.
cULus 467 & 486A Listed: Meets the standards for safety and performance, ensuring reliability in its applications.
CSA 22.2 Certified: Certified by the Canadian Standards Association, indicating quality and safety.
Voltage and Temperature Rating: Rated for 600 Volts / 90°C, accommodating high voltage and temperature requirements.
Preparation: Ensure all power is turned off before starting the installation. Clean the conductors to ensure they are free of any dirt or oxidation.
Placement: Position the conductors that need to be connected within the split bolt.
Securing: Insert the bolt through the conductors and hand-tighten the nut onto the bolt. Once hand-tightened, use a standard wrench to securely tighten the bolt and nut, ensuring a firm and reliable connection.
Final Inspection: Double-check the connection to ensure it is tight and secure. If necessary, apply electrical tape or other protective material to safeguard the connection from environmental factors.
Testing: After installation, test the connection to verify electrical continuity and integrity.