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Corner Restraint Bracket Tool

Quick, easy mounting
The D-shaped buckle on the mounting strap free end adds speed and convenience. To hang the Corner Restraint Bracket, just hook the buckle over the clasp on the base and cinch the strap with the ratchet handle.

  • For insulator changes on running-corners
  • Helps isolate pole and hoist during maintenance
  • D-buckle on strap quickly mounts ratchet pole binder

Designed for special application

Especially for energized changeout of insulators on distribution running-corner poles, this tool adds efficiency. In combination with a strap hoist, the Corner Restraint Bracket Tool helps control each phase conductor while insulators are changed.

Throughout maintenance procedures, the bracket helps restrain the conductor while repairs are made. It also acts as a load restraint for the hoist to pull the conductor back in for reconnection to the insulator string.

Simple, practical hot-line procedure

For maintenance by hotsticks or rubber-glove techniques, the Corner Restraint Bracket assists in isolating the strap hoist from the pole, a potential ground. It also avoids cutting a short section from a poleguard cover-up or using (and possibly damaging) a rubber blanket as a pad between the strap and the pole.

To insulate the strap hoist, two 6"- or 12"-long link sticks connect the hoist's hooks to hot-line grips on the conductor. Poleguards and rubber cover-up are required to isolate the phase being worked from ground and other phase potentials.

Maximum Load Rating: 2,000 lb. (900 kg.)
Epoxiglas® member: 2 1/2" diameter, 6" clear length

Ordering Information

Catalog No. Description Weight
T4002272 Corner Restraint Bracket 13 3/4 lb. / 6.2 kg.
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