The Jumper-T is a versatile tool whenever using jumper leads or grounding leads. No need to purchase and or manipulate long lengths of heavy bulky cable. Simply use the Jumper-T to splice shorter lines which are easier to handle. Each working side of the MS-USJT-002 is unique. Made from 3/4" diameter aluminum rod each working side has 6" in horizontal length and 4" in vertical length for easy jumper head connection. The horizontal portion of the working side functions as a standard Jumper-T. However, the vertical portion of each working side permits jumpers to be installed in a horizontal plane thereby minimizing sag and potential cross phasing situations. The Jumper-T incorporates over 10" of electrical rated high strength fiberglass to provide up to 34.5 kV operations. The aluminum T bar is sized to permit up to 300 amp service applications. The duckbill top clamp will work on conductor sizes ranging from #6 solid copper (0.16" diameter) minimum to 1033 MCM (1.25" diameter) maximum. If you require a special top clamp please call the factory. We may be able to modify the Jumper-T to meet your specific needs.
- Product Dimensions: 26 1/2" height x 12" width
- Product Weight: 3 1/2" lb.
|Set Product as New to Date||No|
|Usually Ships||7-14 days|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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NFPA 70E Training
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