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Salisbury Su System Dead End Protectors

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Dead End Protectors quickly cover dead end bells or polymer insulators providing complete electrical protection for Class 3 and Class 4 applications.

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Easily installed and removed from an insulated platform or aerial device with rubber gloves or SU System Applicators. Shown here: Black U110, Fits Bell Six 2"-10" ( 254mm ).

Su System Dead End Protectors - U110 Features and Benefits

All styles have RIB-GRIP® construction to interlock with 1.5” (38mm) I.D. line hose. The Class 3 U106 and U110 must be used with Connector End style line hose or separate Line Hose Connectors. OR134, Class 4, accepts Straight Line Hose. The outer ribs interlock with 2” and 2.5” I.D. line hose when the UC2 SU System Connector is used.

All Protectors comply with current ASTM D1049 specifications.

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Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-U110
Set Product as New to Date N/A
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty N/A
Specification N/A
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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