3M’s 4-ft., black, heat-shrink tubing is made of cross-linked polyolefin. It has heavy tube walls lined with adhesive. It can be used in temperatures from -67° to 230°F with wire sizes from 2 AWG to 4/0 AWG at a max of 1,000V. The minimum temperature for shrinking is 250°F. After shrinking, the tube wall is 0.120 in. thick.
ABB Installation Products’ Superstrut metal framing has half-slot holes punched on three sides to allow installers to make side-to-side strut connections or attach various side-mounted accessories without performing custom drilling. The pregalvanized 12-gauge steel strut is available in 10- or 20-ft. lengths. Holes are drilled every two inches, center to center and are 9 / 16 in. wide.
Arlington Industries’ zinc and aluminum grounding electrode connectors can be installed from inside or outside a metal panel through an existing knockout. They are listed for stranded or solid copper and aluminum wire and cover No. 8 to 3/0 AWG conductors.
Big Ass Fan’s handheld LED work light, the Big Ass Light Bar, has an extruded aluminum body, a shock-absorbing cap, a diffuser lens and an overmolded grip. It is chemical-resistant and waterproof. It has six brightness light levels and a runtime of up to 48 hours.
Burndy’s Wiley single-hole telecom WEEB washer is used between connectors and equipment frames, cabinets and other painted metallic surfaces. Its teeth pierce through most nonconductive coatings and embed into the underlying metal, creating a bonding connection. It also helps eliminate unwanted rotation of the lug keeping connections secure and properly bonded.
Cementex’ arc-flash-resistant PPE Task Wear face shield is constructed with a True Color Gray (TCG) face shield, improving technician vision over green models. The molded shape minimizes vision distortion. The long length, chin cup and sides provide superior coverage and protection, while the brow shield works to deflect the impact of an arc blast in the event of an arc...