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Salisbury 4-Way Electrical Grounding Set

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Salisbury Electrical Grounding Set is excellent for the grounding of a 3 phase system.

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The Salisbury Electrical Grounding Set facilitates the application of multiple grounding jumpers. This set includes four 1.5" aluminum C clamps that feature flat lower jaws and a strain relief sleeve connected to 1/0 yellow ground cable, 10'L to the four-way connector with an 8'L cable to each jumper. It is recommended that four-wire clusters be used for three-phase wire systems. Compliance: Meets ASTM F 855 specifications.

  • Four 1.5" aluminum C clamps with flat lower jaws, strain relief sleeve connected to 1/0 yellow ground cable
  • 10'L to the four-way connector with an 8'L cable to each jumper
  • Type: Insulated Jumper Set
  • Conductor Material: Copper
  • Conductor Size: 1/0 AWG
  • Jacket Material: Thermoplastic Elastomer, Yellow
  • Rating - Current: 21,000 A @ 15 cycles (short circuit withstand), 250A (continuous)
  • Clamp Range - Cable Size: 6 sol CU - 954 mcm ACSR
  • Clamp Range - OD: 1.50 in
  • Clamp Type: C Clamp, Eye, Flat Lower Jaw
  • Contents: (1) Cable, (4) Jumper Clamps , (1) 4-Way Connector, (1) Double Hanger Stud, (1) Contact Stud, (4) Pr. Ferrules
  • Length: 34 ft (total cable)

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-2680
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships No
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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