Blackburn/Elastimold 500M Blackburn Split-Bolt Connector, Conductor Range 500 kcmil-400 kcmil

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  • Blackburn 500M Blackburn/Elastimold 500M Blackburn Split-Bolt Connector, Conductor Range 500 kcmil-400 kcmil
Manufacturer: Blackburn
Catalog#: 500M
Crescent Part#: 99246
UPC: 783786855261
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Split Bolt Connector, Corrosion Resistant High Strength Bronze Alloy Bolt/Nut, Copper Alloy Pressure Bar; Split Bolt Installation; Conductor Material Copper; 400 kcmil Minimum Run Conductor Size; 500 kcmil Maximum Run Conductor Size

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Manufacturer Blackburn
Catalog# 500M
Product Dimensions & Details
Style Type H
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Ships Ground. Eligible for expedited shipping Yes
Other Information
Minimum Tap Conductor Size 2/0 AWG Stranded, 400 Kcmil
Minimum Run Conductor Size 400 Kcmil
Maximum Run Conductor Size 500 Kcmil
Maximum Tap Conductor Size 500 Kcmil
Material Bronze Alloy
Country of Origin MX
Commodity Code 6412
Conductor Material Copper
Case Quantity 1, 30
Catalog Description Type H High Strength Split-Bolt Connector made of Bronze Alloy for Use on Copper Conductors. Conductor Range for Equal Main and Tap 500 kcmil-400 kcmil
Color Metallic
Catalog Number 500M
Noun Wire Connector
Special Features Bolt and nut of high-strength corrosion-resistant bronze alloy. Copper alloy pressure bar.
Application Splicing, tapping or terminating conductors in power and grounding electrical connection.
Installation Split Bolt
In Stock Yes
GTIN 00783786855261
Invoice Description English SPLIT BOLT CONNECTOR
Type Split-Bolt

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