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Salisbury Magnetic Blanket Buttons

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Salisbury Magnetic Blanket Buttons for use in eyelets of insulating blankets when covering energized portions in hard-to-cover areas.

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Magnetic Blanket Buttons are designed for use in eyelets of insulating blankets when covering energized portions in hard-to-cover areas like pad mounts, cubicles, switchboards and substations. Four permeant floating magnets are mounted between nickel-plated steel plates May be applied manually, wearing rubber gloves, or with a shot-gun stick.

  • Electrical Protection Equipment
  • Insulating Blankets and Accessories
  • Fabric-reinforced Type II ozone-resistant Salcor rubber is flexible and customizable.
  • Magnetic Blanket Button
  • Apply with shotgun stick or rubber gloves to eyelets of insulating blankets.

Blanket Button, Magnetic, Material Four Permanent Floating Magnets Mounted Between Nickel-Plated Steel Plates, Color Red, Includes One Way Eyelet

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-MB6
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury


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