Wire Terminal Crimp Connectors

Wire terminal crimp connectors have a ring terminal. They have a copper brazed seam terminal construction with an electro-tin plated for corrosion resistance. There is an easy entry expanded nylon insulation that eliminates strand hang up, that increases crimping rates and provides mechanical strain relief.

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Butt Splices
A butt splice connector is a form of so called “crimp” connectors. Crimp connectors are used to terminate wires safely. They are used to connect one wire to another. The wire is inserted into the connector. Then the connector is “crimped” and this is usually with pliers.

Crimp Terminals
Crimp terminals are manufactured to the standards of the National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association (NEMA) and meet or exceed the test requirements. They are constructed of the highest quality materials to serve the needs of manufacturing, maintenance and repair needs for home and industry. They are CSA certified and UL listed.

An electrical disconnect is used to ensure that an electrical circuit is completely de-energized for service or maintenance. These switches are found in electrical distribution and industrial applications, where machinery that has its source of driving power removed for adjustment or repair.

Splice Caps
Splice caps have a nylon construction. They are designed for fast, permanent and pressure-type connections. They are zinc-plated or copper sleeves resist corrosion. They make for safe and fast installation.

Terminal Kits
Terminal caps are suitable for all kinds of cable ends and terminals. They are made of soft and flexible material that can be used for different shapes of end terminals. They are easy to tighten and take off. They have a smooth and bright surface, stable thickness, consistent length, even opening ends and tidy the wiring works.