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Small Conductor Cleaning Brush

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The Macron Safety Small Conductor Cleaner Brush offers optimum conductor cleaning for the utility serious about achieving solid in-field grounding and jumper connections.

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The clamp comes supplied with two sets of wire brushes. One set of brushes is designed to work on conductor sizes ranging from 250 MCM to 750 MCM. Another set of brushes is designed to work on conductor sizes ranging from #4 to 250 MCM. All wire brushes are 5” in length. Brushes can be changed without the use of any tools.

The C-clamp design permits either hand held operation or shotgun operation and provides a full 360 degree conductor cleaning. In addition the operator can easily increase the brush aggressiveness on the conductor to remove even the most difficult oxide coating.

  • Conductor size range: #4 minimum through 750 MCM maximum C-clamp design Product weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Product dimension: 12” x 5” x 5”
  • Includes 2 Brush Sets!

Conductor Cleaning Brushes

Replacement brush set MS-USCC-002 will cover conductors ranging in size from ranging in size from 250 MCM to #4 and MS-USCC-003 will cover conductors ranging in size from ranging in size from 750 MCM to 250 MCM.

  • Product weight: 7 oz.
  • Product dimension: 5" length x 1.75" width x 1.5" thickness

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-USCC-001
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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