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Break-Safe Load Break and Load Pickup Jumper Clamp

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The BREAK-SAFE® is a jumper clamp that functions like a portable switch. It is designed to operate on overhead distribution lines in conjunction with a mechanical jumper.

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The BREAK-SAFE® has three operating functions:


The BREAK-SAFE® is available with either a Floating or a Duckbill Head and comes in three models:

  • 15 kV / 300 amp
  • 27 kV / 300 amp
  • 46 kV / 200 amp

In order to keep personnel at a safe distance, the BREAK-SAFE® is operated with an insulated fiberglass hot stick for load break and load pick-up functions.

The Yellow Safety Lock is operated by a hot stick and helps prevent the tool from an unintended load break or pickup operation.

There are two case options to keep the BREAK-SAFE® protected during transport and storage. The new Hard Case is lockable and water tight.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-USBS-15-1-PS
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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