Used to section (or "split") a secondary conductor.More information on Fiberglass Secondary Connector (Sectionalizer)
Guy Strains may be installed anywhere along the guy wire to help protect against stray current that may be on the guy caused by lightning strikes or other sources. These fiberglass units serve as a replacement for porcelain insulators or johnny balls, and they extend the insulation length. Fiberglass guy strains offer numerous advantages, including variable lengths, easy terminations, and resistance to fracture caused by brittleness.More information on Guy Strains
These armless construction configurations include various components, such as ductile iron and aluminum fittings, optional lead or plastisol threads.
Fiberglass units do not warp, split or shrink. They reduce the risk of pole fires due to tracking. All units are coated with a special ultraviolet-resistant polyurethane gray paint. They can also reduce the labor involved during installation, because they are shipped ready to install.More information on Standoff Brackets