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Salisbury Insulator Covers - Extended Lip SU System

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Salisbury Insulator Covers - Extended Lip SU System

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Product Name Price Qty
Salisbury PTHL 16” (406mm) Class 4 Post-Type Insulator Cover
$194.00
Salisbury UH Pin-Type Cover
$144.00
Salisbury MRG Class 4 Universal Cover 8.5” (216mm)
$215.00
Salisbury LRG SU System Pin-Type Cover
$405.00
Salisbury PHTS 12” (305mm) Class 4 Post-Type Insulator Cover
$177.00

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The Salisbury UH Pin-Type Cover covers insulators up to ANSI standard C29.5 Class 5. The sides are cut to be used on small insulators without resting on the crossarm. When covering a 7” diameter insulator on a double arm construction, the ends of the cover will meet flush on 10.5” pin centers.

The LRG SU System Pin-Type Cover fits insulators 10.5” (267mm) in diameter and is used with 2.5” (64mm) Class 4 Extended Lip SU System Line Hose. Always use clamp pins to secure the device into position. Pinning rings have been placed on the cover’s arms to prevent separation.

Post-Type Insulator Covers interlock with 1.5” (38mm) Class 4 Extended Lip SU System or Conventional Line Hose. The PTHS for insulators up to 12” (305mm) and the PTHL for insulators up to 16” (406mm) in height. The PTHL cover also has external ribs on the ears which secures 2.5” (64mm) I.D. line hose. Always use clamp pins to secure the device into position.

The Class 4 MRG Universal Cover covers pin-type insulators through 8.5” (216mm) diameter and 13.8kV post-type insulators. A trim bead permits use on both 35kV and 15kV crossarm construction.

All covers are made from orange SALCOR® and feature RIB-GRIP® Construction. They can be installed with a hot stick or rubber gloves. All covers comply with ASTM D1049 specifications.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-LIP-SU-
Set Product as New to Date N/A
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty N/A
Specification
Cat. No ASTM
Class/Type
Fits Line Hose
in. (mm)
Fits Insulating
Max Dia in. (mm)
For Use w/ Insulating Class Overall Dimensions-in.(mm)
I.D. Body
Height Weight ea.
Lbs. (kgs)
Pin Type Insulator Covers
LRG 4 / II 2.5 (63) 10.5 (263) 55-6 12 (305) 16 (400) 8 (3.6)
MRG 4 / II 1.5-2.5 (40-63) 8.5 (213) Pin tpe 55-5
Post Type 13.2kV F Neck
Post Type 13.2kV C Neck
9 (221) 12.25 (306) 7 (3.2)
UH 3 / II 1.5 (40) 7 (175) 55-1,2,3,4,5 7.5 (184) 12 (300) 6 (4.4)
Post Type Insulator Covers
PTHL 4 / II 1.5-2.5 (40-63) 6.5 (163) 57-2 7 (172) 16 (400) 8 (3.6)
PTHS 4 / II 1.5 (40) 7 (175) 57-2 7.5 (184) 12 (300) 4 (1.8)
Stirrup Cover
USC 4 / II 1.5 (40)     14 (263) 15.5 (388) 5 (2.3)
All Covers comply with current ASTM D1049 specifications.

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