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Hastings Electro Static Precipitator Grounding Tool

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Hastings Electro Static Precipitator Grounding Tool 4' Fiberglass Pole, with 6' Grounding Lead, and C-Head Ground Camp Model 21575

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  • Designed to safely remove the static charge after de-energizing for service work
  • Grounding tool is factory assembled to include the following components: Brass alloy "U" shaped hook to engage precipitators plates, Fiberglass pole for installation, #2 Str. Copper Grounding Cable with safety yellow neoprene jacket, Ground Clamp
  • For Custom Build - Contact (916) 905-6535 with required clamp, length of fiberglass pole and required length of grounding cable for a part number

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-6768
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Hastings


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