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  • Shrink-Kon®Splice Insulators and Insulating Covers

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    ®H-Tap Insulating Covers (Hard Covers)Dimensions (in.)

    Cat. No. A (Lgth) B (Thick) C (Width)

    HTC2S 2" 11⁄8" 17⁄16"HTC2 31⁄2" 11⁄8" 17⁄16"HTC40 41⁄4" 19⁄16" 2"HTC40L2 53⁄4" 19⁄16" 2"HTC500 6" 13⁄4" 23⁄4"HTC1000 7" 23⁄8" 37⁄8"HTC1000L 10" 23⁄8" 37⁄8"

    Interlocking insulating covers for “H” type compression taps. For use in splice boxes,indoors, or in tray indoors.Place the H-Tap in the cover. Snap the cover closed. Contact your Regional Sales Office for flame-retardant version.

    Technical DataHTC2 and HTC2S use insulation wrap instead of end cushions for inner seal.Connector Cat. Nos. 54755 through 54790 and 63148 through 63180 require hydraulic crimping tools. Refer to instruction sheets.Outer Hard Shell Covers — High Impact Black Thermoplastic (Noryl) Flammability Class, U.L. 94V-1Inner seal — Black neoprene sponge soft closed cell, oxygen index 28% U.L. 94HBFTemperature Rating — 90 °C MaximumVoltage Rating — 600 Volts Note: insulation covers are not reusable.

    For H-Tap ApplicationsCover AL/CU CU H-TapCat. No. H-Tap No.

    HTC2 63105

    HTC2S CHT814-10

    63110 CHT214-9

    HTC4063118 CHT250214-863125 CHT2514-763140 CHT2502-6

    HTC50063148 CHT50010-5/CHT50040-463160 CHT75010-3/CHT750350-2

    HTC1000L 63170

    HTC1000 63180/63169 CH750350-1F

    For C-Tap ApplicationsCover C-Tap ColourCat. No. No. Code

    54720 Brown54725 Green

    HTC40 54730 Pink54755 Blue54760 Brown

    54735 Black

    HTC40L254740 Orange54745 Purple54750 Yellow

    54765 Pink54770 Black

    HTC500 54775 Yellow54780 White54785 —

    HTC1000 54790 —

    B+_ 1/8

    A+_ 1/8A ±1⁄8

    B ±1⁄8

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    Shrink-Kon ®Splice Insulators and Insulating Covers

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    (C) height, typical both halves

    Easily and quickly insulates H type compressiontaps. Eliminates taping. Provided with threepositive locking latches and overlapping fringefor maximum cable insulation.

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    H-Tap Insulating Covers (Soft Cover)Wire Range Installs “H” Tap

    Cat. No. Min. Max. Cat. No.

    HT20C 6 2/0 63110 & 63125HT40C 6 4/0 63140 & 63148HT600C 2 500 MCM 63160 & 63169HT1000C 1/0 750 MCM 63180HT1000C-L 1/0 1000 MCM 63170

    Technical DataMaterial: Flame retardant, high impact polypropylene.Colour: BlackVoltage Rating 600VTemperature: 90°C

    Wire Range Use to Insulate A B C “A” “B”Cat. No. Max. Min. T&B Taps in. in. in. Dim. Dim.

    HT20C2/0 6 63110/63115 41⁄2" 11⁄4" 11⁄8" — —

    63125/63120

    HT40C4/0 6 63140 539⁄64" 113⁄32" 13⁄16" — —

    63148

    HT600C 500 MCM 2 63160 63169 613⁄16" 21⁄8" 129⁄64" — —

    HT1000C1000 MCM 250 MCM 63180 — — — [184.15mm] 2.330

    to 500 MCM to 1/0 AWG 7.250 +.060

    HT1000C-L1000 MCM 50 MCM 63170 — — — [263.40mm] 2.330

    to 500 MCM to 250 MCM 10.374 +.060

  • Shrink-Kon®Heat Shrinkable Cable Repair Sleeve

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    Wall Thickness W = 0.8” (2mm)

    TBCRLS Series - Cable Repair SleeveA Superior wraparound insulation product that easily installs in repair and spliceapplications providing excellent insulation and protection for cable jackets.• Shut down of system not required for repair.• High shrink ratio covers even irregular shapes. • Better split resistance that competitive products. • Simple RAIL-LESS® installation with clamshell design. • Thermoplastic Adhesive Liner provides complete environmental protection

    and insulation. • Meets ICEA and NEMA insulation thickness specifications. • Continuous operating temperature: -55°C to 110°C. • Shrink temperature: 120°C.

    Expanded RecoveredInternal Internal Internal Internal 600/1000V

    Width DIA DIA DIA DIA Single conductorCat. No. in./cm (min) mm (min) in. (max) mm (max) in. size

    TBCRLS1-36 36 (90) 30 1.2 6 0.24 #8-3/0TBCRLS2-36 36 (90) 46 1.8 14 0.60 2/0-400TBCRLS3-36 36 (90) 68 2.7 24 0.95 400-1000TBCRLS4-36 36 (90) 91 3.6 33 1.30 1000-2000TBCRLS5-36 36 (90) 126 4.95 47 1.65 Multi-conductorTBCRLS6-36 36 (90) 171 6.75 67 2.50 Multi-conductor

    NOTE: Non-standard sizes (6”, 8”, 12” and 24”) are available subject to factory quotation.Contact your regional sales office. Select a dimension, which will shrink snugly over thecomponent to be covered. Allow for a minimum of 3” (76mm) length overlap beyond eachend of the area to be covered.Standards: Meets insulation thickness specifications of ICEA and NEMA.Color: Black.

    Technical DataProperty Test Method Typical Performances

    PHYSICALTensile Strength ASTM D638 2700 psi (19 MPa)Ultimate Elongation ASTM D638 600%Heat Shock (4hrs at 225°C) ASTM D2671 No Cracking or flowingAir Oven Aging (7 days at 150°C) ASTM D2671

    Tensile Strength ASTM D638 2100 psi (14.5 MPa)Elongation ASTM D638 540%

    Specific Gravity ASTM D792 0.94Hardness (Shore D) ASTM D2240 50 D

    ELECTRICALDielectric Strength ASTM D2671 700 V/Mil (28 kV/mm)Volume Resistivity ASTM D257 1.9x1018 ohm-cmDielectric Constant (1KHZ) ASTM D150 4.05

    CHEMICALFluid Resistance MIL-DTL-23053/15 Good to excellentHydraulic Fluid (MIL H5606C) MIL-DTL-23053/15

    Tensile Strength ASTM D638, ISO 37 2500 psi (17MPa)Elongation ASTM D638, ISO 37 600%

    Lubricating Oil (MIL L7808G) MIL-DTL-23053/15Tensile Strength ASTM D638, ISO 37 2400 psi (16MPa)Elongation ASTM D638, ISO 37 600%

    Diesel Fuel MIL-DTL-23053/15Tensile Strength ASTM D638, ISO 37 2100 psi (14.5MPa)Elongation ASTM D638, ISO 37 600%

    Corrosivity ASTM D2671 Non-corrosiveWater Absorption ASTM D570

  • INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Select the proper size CRLS sleeve con-sidering the diameter and necessarylength of coverage. Allow a minimum of 3”length overlap on each end of the area tobe covered.

    2. Remove the plastic release liner andpaper mask from the inside of the sleeveexposing the translucent adhesive andadhesive flap. Use caution, so as to onlyremove the liner and not the excess flap ofadhesive. This flap is approximately 2” inwidth, located at the end near the butylhold down strip (see Figure 1).

    Figure 1

    3. Wrap the CRLS sleeve ‘loosely’ around thecable, forming a tube, so that the adhesiveis on the inside. Tuck the end of the sleevein behind the excess flap of adhesive sothat the adhesive forms the tube aroundthe cable (see Figure 2).

    Figure 2

    4. Remove the paper protection covering thebutyl hold down strip (see Figure 3). Pressthe butyl hold down strip onto the sleeve inthe desired location and using the palm ofyour hand or a rubber roller, apply firmpressure to hold in place (see Figure 4).

    Figure 3

    Figure 4

    5. Using a broad colorless or yellow flame(DO NOT USE A CONCENTRATED BLUEFLAME), begin heating below the areamarked “HEAT HERE FIRST” which runsalong the length of the sleeve (see Figure5). Heat the indicated area with a brushingmotion until a slight wrinkle occurs. Oncethe sleeve begins to recover, move theflame over the flap, along the entire lengthof the sleeve. Do this in the same manneras described earlier being careful not toapply too much heat between the factoryweld and the area above the butyl strip.

    Figure 5

    6. Continue shrinking the sleeve from thecenter towards one end, applying heatalong the flap area and in a circular motionaround the sleeve (see Figure 6). Whileshrinking, check the flap to ensure goodcontact. If the flap joint is not flush orbegins to curl during the shrinking process,re-apply pressure to the flap joint. Whenthe sleeve has adequately recovered,sealant will flow from the end and sealcircumferentially.

    Figure 6

    7. Repeat the same procedure, shrinkingfrom the center towards the other end untilthe sleeve has completely recovered.

    8. Finally, apply the same additional heatover the flap closure area marked “HEATHERE FIRST” using end-to-end strokesand if required, possibly a small amount ofpressure to ensure a proper weld (seeFigure 7.)

    Figure 7

    9. Installation is now complete.

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    Shrink-Kon ®Heat Shrinkable Cable Repair Sleeve

    GENERAL1. Always comply with the following installa-

    tion procedure. Failure to do so can resultin fire, explosion, and serious or fatal injury.

    2. Consult the product data sheet for theappropriate wraparound sleeve type, sizeand recommended length for the specificapplication.

    OPERATION OF TORCH1. Always us a clean burning Propane or

    MAPP torch. Canusa’s CTCH or equivalentis recommended.

    2. Always provide good ventilation for con-fined workspaces.

    3. Consult your company hot work safety proce-dures before using an open flame.

    4. Always use the outside 3 to 4 inch tip ofthe flame for contact with the heat shrinkproduct.

    5. Always keep the flame moving with a smoothbrushing motion around the circumferenceand along the length of the sleeve.

    6. Always start shrinking at the middle of thesleeve and work towards each end.

    7. If the sleeve is not uniformly recovered, asevidenced by non-uniform wall thickness ordimpling, reheating the area will ensure fullrecovery.

    8. Do not handle the sleeving after recovery,until sufficiently cooled.

    TBCRLS Series - Installation Instructions

  • Shrink-Kon®Splice Insulators and Insulating Covers

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    CompressionAdhesive Two-Way CompressionInsulator Compression Lug Connector “H” Tap “C” Tap Cable JointCat. Nos. Cat. Nos. Cat. Nos. Cat. Nos. Cat. Nos. Cat. Nos.

    60096 60113 60130 60150 54132 54145 54160 54207 54906 54860 60500 54806 63105 54710 5461060097 60114 60132 60151 54134 54108 54162 54208 54942 54862 60501 54807 54715 5461560099 60116 60134 60230 54105 54147 54163 54255 54947 54864 60507 54806 54720 5462060101 60117 60135 60236 54135 54148 54111 54209 54909 54866 60512 54504 54725 54625

    AC 5 x 360102 60118 60136 60238 54136 54150 54165 54210 54910 60516 54505 54730 54630

    Size Key60103 60120 60138 60242 54138 54152 54167 54260 54965 60905 54506 54735 54635

    #260104 60122 60140 60244 54106 54153 54168 54211 54970 60910 54507 5474060106 60123 60141 60248 54139 54109 54112 54265 54850 60915 54506 5474560107 60124 60142 60250 54140 54155 54170 54212 54852 60920 54509 5475060108 60126 60144 54104 54107 54157 54204 54270 54854 60925 5451060109 60128 60147 54130 54142 54158 54205 54930 54856 54804 5451160112 60129 60148 54131 54143 54110 54206 54905 54858 54805

    60152 60169 60267 54173 54115 54129 54222 54920 60522 60945 54516 63110 54755 5464060153 60171 60268 54174 54183 54213 54291 54923 60530 60950 54518 63115 54760 5464560154 60172 60269 54113 54116 54275 54223 54928 60538 60955 54809 63120 54765 5465060156 60174 60271 58161 54185 54214 54295 54868 60542 60960 54810 63125 54770

    AC 5 x 760157 60176 60273 58162 54118 54280 54224 54870 60548 60965 54811 54775

    Size Key60159 60178 60274 58163 54187 54215 54226 54872 60554 60970 54812 54780

    #460160 60180 60275 58165 54120 54282 54228 54874 60560 54509 5481360162 60254 60276 58166 54122 54216 54913 54876 60565 54510 5481460163 60256 60277 54178 54123 54218 54914 54878 60568 54511 5481560165 60260 60278 54179 54124 54286 54915 54880 60571 54512 5481660166 60262 60280 54114 54126 54220 54916 54882 60930 54513 5481760168 60265 54172 54181 54128 54289 54918 60935 54514

    60940 54515

    60184 60574 54522 6313060284 60576 54523 63135

    60578 54524 63140AC 85 x 75 60580 54526 63145Size Key 60584 54528 63150#6 60975 54820

    60980 5482360985 5482854520

    AC 85 x 105 63155Size Key 63160#8 63165

    For “H” Taps, “C” Taps, two way connectors, mechanical taps and Color-Keyed lugs and joints.Material: 6 mil electrical vinyl backing, butyl rubber mastic adhesive thickness 1⁄8 inch approx. Polyethylene release sheet.U.L. Listed—File No. E9809Not for submersion in liquid.

    Electrical PropertiesDielectric constant 3.2 ASTM-D150 (60 Hz)Power factor 007 ASTM-D150 (60 Hz)Dielectric strength 340V/mil ASTM-D1373

    Chemical PropertiesWater absorption .06% ASTM-570Ozone resistance—excellent .03% ASTM-D1373Corrosion none visible—per ASTM-D 69Some sizes are available in 10' rolls.Contact your Regional Sales Office.

    B+_ 1/8

    A Cat. No. A B

    AC 5 x 3 5” 3”AC 5 x 7 5” 7”AC 85 x 75 8.5” 7.5”AC 85 x 105 8.5” 10.5”

    A ±1⁄8

    1⁄8±1⁄32

    B ±1⁄8

    General Information:• Voltage Rating: 600 Volts• Adheres to Metals, Rubber and Synthetic

    Materials• Seals against Moisture• Workable from 14°F to 120°F (-10°C to 49°C )• Maximum Operating Temperature 176°F(80°C )• No Installing Tools Required

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    Adhesive Insulating Covers

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    HSTS25 Series – Tape Sealant• Tape sealant should be used in conjunction with T&B Heat Shrinkable

    Insulators for better moisture sealing.

    Width Thickness LengthCat. No. Description (in) (mm) (in) (mm) Ft.

    HSTS25 Tape Sealant 1 25.4 1/16 1.6 25

    Technical DataProperty

    PHYSICALDescription: Butyl Rubber PolymerApplication Temperature: 5°C to 37°CService Temperature: -40°C to 82°CEnvironmental Resistance: Resists ozone and all normal aging processes.

    ELECTRICALDielectric Strength: 250 V/Mil minimumVolume Resistivity: 1014 ohm-cm

    CHEMICALChemical Resistance: Resists acids, bases and alcohols. Passes Fed. Spec. Ss-S-00210, section 3.6

    1. The cable, etc. should be relativelyclean and free of greases, oils, andother foreign substances.

    2. It is best to overlap each wrap of tapeby 1/4 to 1/2 the width for the best seal.

    3. When using heat shrinkable productsmost applications require only 1 or 2layers of tape prior to sliding tubing inplace.

    4. Shrink the tubing, cap, boot, etc. following the installation procedure forthe applicable heat shrinkable part.

    To seal the junction or crotch of appli-cation requiring two or more cables,conductors, etc. without a commonjacket.1. Apply the overlapped 1 or 2 layers

    around each cable, conductor, etc. atthe same distance from the connectoror, ball up the sealant and press intocrotch or junction of the joint.

    2. Apply 2 overlapping wraps over thebundle.

    3. Slide the expanded heat shrinkablepart over the joint and shrink.

  • Self-FusingInsulation Tape

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    T&B Self-Fusing Insulation Tapeis a:• Modified silicone rubber compound• Self amalgamating / bonding

    material. It only adheres to itself• No adhesives or heat required for

    permanent bond• Bond is immediate even if wet• High dielectric value• Insulation for high and low voltage

    connections• High and low temperature stability

    (-90ºC to 260ºC) (-130ºF to 500ºF)• Radiation resistant• Arc track resistant• UV and ozone resistant• Steam / moisture resistant• Will not contaminate fresh water and

    it is salt water resistant

    T&B Self-Fusing Insulation TapeApplications• Insulating and moisture proof sealing

    system for wire and cable terminations, splicing and electricalconnections

    • Repair overwrap for deteriorated insulation of cables and conductors

    • Insulating and sealing material for underwater, underground and above ground bonding installations

    • General purpose insulating protection applications for harnessing, bundling, cabling, and wiring in aircraft, automotive, marine and other industrial machinery and equipment

    • Can also be used for all kinds of household repairs like pool filters, hoses, plumbing, car repairs, etc.

    Industrial - TBFT421-36

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    FT26

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  • Technical RequirementsCharacteristic Applicable Standards Acceptance Criteria

    Shore “A” Durometer Hardness ASTM D2240 55-65Dielectric Strength A-A-59163, ASTM D-149 > 400 VPM (40 MIL tape)Tensile Strength A-A-59163, ASTM D-412 > 1200 PSIElongation MIL-I-46852, ASTM D-412 > 325%Adhesion (Fusion) ASTM D-2148 Tape shall not unwind more than 1.0”

    after 3 min. with an attached 600g load.Breaking strength ASTM D-412 > 15%Dimensions (Thickness & Width) ASTM D-3767 Triangular:* (40 MIL tape)

    Thickness: 37-43 MIL on apex10-30 MIL on edge

    Width: 7/8” to 1-1/8”Rectangular:* (20 MIL tape)Thickness: 37-43 MILWidth: 7/16” to 9/16”

    Water Absorption MIL-I-46852, Fed.std.601, Method 6251 < 0.5%

    *Also available in 12 MIL thickness with minimum order of 5000 rolls

    Characteristics• Insulation putty• Same characteristics as Self-Fusing Insulation Tape• Tape bonds to putty• Economically enhances Self-Fusing Insulation Tape

    applications• Saves on tape when used on terminal splicing• Saves tape, saves time, saves money!

    If Fill is Required• Fill in and around all irregular surfaces

    using T&B Smooth compound in order tocover sharp surfaces (i.e. bolts, screws, nuts, terminal lug, butt splice, electrical connector, etc. and also to create a smooth evenly tapered surface, prior to application.

    T&B Self-Fusing Insulation Tape

    TBFT421-36Color: Red *Length: 36’Width: 1”Thickness: 0.040”

    TBFT261-36Color: Blue *Length: 36’Width: 1”Thickness: 0.020”

    T&B Smooth Filler/Putty

    TBFP9-2 Color: White * Length: 24” Width: 1” Thickness: 5/16”

    *Custom colors & Standard colors available with minimum order of 5000 rolls.

    Minimum requirements of any insulatingconfigurations are as follow:• Two (2) layers of half-lapped tape should be

    applied over any surface onto which the tape is wrapped (i.e. bare connection, or cable/wire insulation or jacket).

    • Tape must be overlapped onto the cable/wire insulation/jacket a minimum distance of 1.5” when an environmental seal is required.

    • First layer of tape should be applied with maximumstretch (

  • Shrink-Kon®Splice Insulators and Insulating Covers

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    Multi-Splice InsulatorsInsulation Bolt Length Dia. Dia. Dia.

    600 Volts O.D. Max. L A B CWire Range Length ±1⁄16 ±1⁄32 ±1⁄32 ±1⁄32

    Cat. No. Range in. in. in. in. in. in.

    MSCV20 2/0 AWG-350 .375-.840 11⁄4 61⁄2 3 221⁄32 2

    Technical Data600V to 5kV wire range #8 AWG-2/0Rating: 90°C applicationsU.L. Listed to 600 voltsCSA certified to 600 voltsT&B recommended to 10kVMaterial: Cap - NORYL, U.L. 94V-1

    Boot - EPDM Elastomer, U.L. 94V-2Lubricant - Silicone Grease

    The MSCV20 is a first generation completelywaterproof multi-splice insulator which con-sists of only two parts, an elastomeric bootwith two tapered cable entry protrusions and ahard plastic cover cup. When mated with theelastomeric boot the cover cap providesdurable mechanical protection as well as awater tight installation. The insulator isdesigned for pigtail applications and can beused anywhere. Installs in seconds loweringthe installed cost, versus conventional methods.Medium voltage (5kV) multi-splice insulator• Water tight• Flame retardant• Flexible boot• Impact resistant cap• 5 to 10kV @ 90°C• Range taking• Reusable• Fast-easy to use• Inexpensive• Dependable

    Medium Voltage Motor Stub Splice Insulator

    Lets you insulate and waterproof motorlead connections up to 5 kV to 10 kV —quickly, dependably.• Installs in seconds• Waterproof and abrasion resistant• One size fits all hookups — reduces

    inventory• Allows easy inspection of connection• Long lasting and reusable• Quality engineered

    This insulator is designed to give you aquick, dependable means of protectingmedium voltage motor stub splice con-nections up to 5kV to 10kV. You caninstall it in seconds simply by pushingthe cover and boot together. Onceinstalled, it completely waterproofs theconnection and provides excellent pro-tection against abrasion or mechanicalabuse.

    One size reduces inventory.The insulator accommodates wire sizes#8-2/0 AWG having outer diameters of.375 to .840. This range-taking featureshould accommodate all of your mediumvoltage motor hookups.

    Inspectable and reusable.The insulator consists of just twoparts: an elastomer boot and thermo

    plastic cap. The boot has two tapered cable entry legs that fit snuggly aroundthe cable to form a watertight seal. Thelegs are designed to be trimmed duringinstallation to tightly fit the required cablesize. The cap simply pushes into agroove in the boot — and pulls out easi-ly when you want to inspect the connec-tion. Removal of the cap does not disturbthe seal around the cables nor does itinterrupt the bolted splice connection.

    Quality engineered.The boot is made of flexible, abrasion-resistant elastomer; the cap of highimpact-resistant thermoplastic—highperformance materials you can dependon. Use the insulator for pigtail applica-tions in motor junction boxes, manholes,or wherever a waterproof, impact-resistantinsulator is required.

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    Multi-splice insulator permits fast, dependableinsulation and waterproofing of outdoor andburied connections up to 5kV. The reusableinsulator snaps closed and can be opened forinspection.

    Quick Seal Multi-Splice Insulator

    Insulation Length Dia. Dia. Dia. Bolt Size Conn. SizeWire O.D. L A B C Max. Max. Max. Max.

    Cat. No. Range Range ±1⁄16 ±1⁄32 ±1⁄32 ±1⁄32 Dia. Lg. Lg. Wd.

    MSLT 8* 14-8 .150-.280 2 5⁄8 1 7⁄32 1 1⁄32 1 3⁄16 1⁄4 1⁄2 11⁄4 .5MSLT 1* 6-1 .200-.520 3 5⁄8 1 13⁄16 1 17⁄32 1 1⁄4 3⁄8 3⁄4 13⁄4 .7

    Material: Cap - NORYL, U.L. 94V-1 Boot - EPDM Elastomer, U.L. 94V-2 Lubricant - Silicone Grease* CSA Certified up to 600V

    MSLT8

    Motor Stub Splice InsulatorsLets you insulate inside motor lead connec-tions dependably… in seconds. This innova-tive product has been designed to insulatemotor stub splices quickly, easily anddependably. It consists of a boot-type insula-tor with integral TY-RAP® cable ties. To install,simply position the insulator over the boltedsplice, and tighten the cable ties. That’s allthere is to it. It produces uniform, high qualityinstallations every time… in about 30 sec-

    onds. The completed installation is immedi-ately ready for inspection and use. Ifrequired, the insulator can be easilyremoved. Simply snip the cable ties and slidethe insulator off the splice. It leaves no stickyresidue.

    Lugs2 Hole 1 Hole 2 Hole 1 Hole 2 Hole 1 Hole Bolt Dimensions (in.)

    Color-Keyed Color-Keyed Cast Copper Cast Copper Color-Keyed Color-Keyed Max.Insul. Lugs Lugs Lugs Lugs Lugs Lugs Wire Lgth. A B Dia. C Dia. D ECat. No. (AL-CU Wire) (AL-CU Wire) (CU Wire) (CU Wire) (CU Wire) (CU Wire) Range Terminals (in.) ±.062 ±.031 ±.031 ±.031 ±.062

    #14 14RB4 10RC6thru thru thru

    MSC14* — — — — — — #10 14RB10 10RC10 3⁄8 1.500 .555 .495 .375 .35RB14-4 RC10-6

    thru thruRB14-10 RC10-10

    60096 #12MSC8 — 60097 — 53104 — 54104 thru — 3⁄8 2.390 .725 .665.375 1.200

    60101 #86010260099 #12

    MSC2 — 60103 53204 54105 54204 54105 thru — 3⁄4 3.250 .947 .877 .375 1.500thru 53205 54106 54205 54106 #2

    60138 53206 5420660118 #2

    MSC20 60230 thru 53207 53107 54207 54107 thru — 1 4.250 1.385 1.05 .425 1.70060236 60138 53208 53108 54208 54108 2/060238 60140 53209 53109 53209 54109 3/0

    MSC250 thru thru thru thru thru thru thru — 11⁄2 7.562 1.875 1.795 .445 1.90060256 60157 53213 53113 54214 54114 300 MCM60260 60165 53215 54215 54115 350

    MSC500 thru thru thru 53115 thru thru thru — 13⁄4 8.875 2.562 2.482 .445 2.10060273 60172 53218 53118 54218 54118 500 MCM

    • Re-enterable waterproof motor stub insulator• Easy installation• No special tools required• Permits inspection of connector joint by

    simply removing the snap on cap• Wide cable range• Long life

    * One TY-RAP cable tie only.U.L. File E9809. U.L. and CSA certified (94V-1 Flammability Class).T&B recommended for up to 4.9kV applications.

    CSA certified for 600 volt and 90°C application.Material: Modified Neoprene Elastomer Body – Nylon Straps.

    600 volts CSA Certified at 90°C. All-purposequick seal multi-splice can be used wher-ever a watertight insulator is needed inmotor junction boxes, manholes, street light-ing, bridges, machines, rooftop air condi-tioning, airport lighting, as well as in marineuse. The insulator is of a two-piece design,

    an abrasion-resistant elastomer cable entryboot and a high impact-resistant thermo-plastic quick seal cap. It is fast and easy touse. Installs in seconds, completely water-proof, long lasting, reusable, inspectable,flame retardant, impact-resistant, rangetaking, inexpensive and totally dependable.