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Salisbury Static Discharge Stick

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The Salisbury Static Discharge Stick is designed to safely remove the static charge after de-energizing. This tool is pre-assembled and includes a copper “U” hook, 3’6’’ closed cell foam filled tubular fiberglass stick and 6’ of copper grounding cable attached to a Salisbury 1814 bronze flat jaw serrated grade 3 clamp. Also available in a 1’ length stick.

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Designed to safety remove the static charge after de-energizing. This grounding tool is pre-assembled and includes a brass alloy "U" hook, and a 4' closed sell foam filled tubular fiberglass switch stick or as a 1' universal attachment made in accordance with ASTM F-711.

Salisbury Static Discharge Stick Features

  • Brass alloy 'U' shaped hook to engage precipitator plates.
  • 3'8" x 1 ¼" fiber glass pole for installation. Fiber glass pole has a solid unicellular foam core and is tested to OSHA and ASTM F-711 specifications.
  • 6 feet of No. 2 AWG extra flexible copper grounding cable. Cable jacket is bright yellow neoprene for durability.
  • Aluminum alloy 'T' handle flat ground clamp can be attached to flat, round and square hardware. Serrated jaws open to 1 ½" capacity.

WARNING: Discharge sticks are not grounding tools as described by OSHA 1910.269 and carry no fault duty rating.

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Additional Info

Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury


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