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Hastings Substation Adjustable Length Disconnect Hot Stick

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Hastings Substation Adjustable Length Disconnect Hot Stick

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Features and Benefits

  • Round Stick with Hastings Square Button design prevents button shearing under heavy load
  • Eliminates problem of threading long sticks through substation structure
  • Eliminates multiple length stick requirements, sticks are adjustable to length in one foot increments
  • Top section is conventional 1 1/4" diameter Hot Stick. Can be removed for use as single one piece Hot Stick. Base section is 1 1/2" diameter.
  • Extended length is shown at each lock position for reference
  • Safe guard design, top section must extend beyond base before lock will engage, giving full protection of fire retardant unicellular core (See information on collapsed and minimum usable length)
  • Available with standard disconnect head, switch head, or universal head
Disconnect Head Switch Head Universal Head        
Model Model Model Extended Length Minimum Usable Length Collapsed Length Lbs.
3114 3115 3116 14' 10' 8' 4" 5.5
3118 3119 3120 18' 12' 10' 4" 7.5
3121 3122 3123 20' 14' 12' 4" 9.5
    H-10 9' 6" 5' 4" 5' 4.2

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-SADS-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty Yes
Specification No
Manufacturer Hastings


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