Tools

Tool Heads 1

Tool Heads are used in live line applications. This equipment should be mounted on suitable handles to ensure proper distance from live conductors. Below are the choices of end fitings available. All tools have one of these three fittings.

Tool Heads 2

Tool Heads are used in live line applications. This equipment should be mounted on suitable handles to ensure proper distance from live conductors. Below are the choices of end fitings available. All tools have one of these three fittings.

Tool Heads 3

Tool Heads are used in live line applications. This equipment should be mounted on suitable handles to ensure proper distance from live conductors. Below are the choices of end fitings available. All tools have one of these three fittings.

Armor Rod Tools , Jumper Heads & Penta Sockets

The Jumper Heads have a maximum opening of 19/16” (4.0 cm) and are designed with builtin universal joints in order to accommodate installation lines at an angle. The jumper heads have a quick action tightening screw for fast closing. Threaded adapters are used to accept 5/8-11 threaded non-shrouded ferrules. A hose clamp is included for connection strain relief.

Fuse Puller Tools

The standard Fuse Puller heads (Cat.No. 92Q) have plastic jaws that fit fuses from 3/4” (1.9 cm) to 2” (5.1 cm) diameter. Heads are pivotally mounted to permit adjustment to any angle. To tighten the jaws, just rotate the handle. The insert jaws (Cat. No. 190NLF) for the 1-3/16” (2.1 cm) diameter liquid filled fuse are held on the fuse puller with springs. The attachment on the end of each fuse puller is Cat. No. 190Q, quick change switch hook. Other lengths available. Bag not included. Fiberglass handle diameter: 1-1/4” (3.2cm).

Connector Tool Heads & Parallel Groove Clamp

The

Parallel Groove Clamp Tool

accommodates cap-screw type parallel groove clamps (one, two, and three bolt types). The parallel groove tool head clamps can be installed from almost any angle by use of the universal ball clamp. The handles are fiberglass, with the operating handle having a diameter of 1” (2.5 cm) and the stationary handle 1-1/4” (3.2 cm). Bag not included. Other lengths available.

Hand Tools

All Insulated Adjustable Wrenches have a spring to prevent the jaws from accidentally moving while in use. These wrenches have a 12” (30.5 cm) wrench head and are supplied with a 1-1/4” (3.2 cm) diameter fiberglass handle.

Cutters

Live Line Lever Cutters are compound shear cutter made from a heat-treated alloy steel. The stationary handle is 1-1/2” (3.8 cm) in diameter and the operating handle is 1” (2.5 cm) in diameter. For cutting tie wires, jumper taps and conductors up to 2/0. Larger wires should be cut with ACSR lever cutters. Bags available. Not for use on ACSR.

Transformer Gin Assembly and Tool Frame

Transformer Gin Assemblies are designed to lift transformers, cross arms and other items used in pole construction. Assembly consists of a pole with ferrules, top fitting, center fitting, base fitting and protective bag for the pole. Has a balanced or *unbalanced safe working load limit of 2,500 lbs. (1,134 kgs), at a minimum of 18” apart. The working load limit (WLL) is the total load on the gin assembly including load to be lifted, pull on fall line and friction. Rope and block assembly not included.

Cross Arm Gin and Transformer Gin Assemblies

Cross Arm Gins are used on cross arms when only one conductor needs to be raised. Use the arm gin to change insulators; apply an armor rod to a conductor; raise a conductor from a lower position to the cross arm, or lower the conductor. The 2-1/2” (6.4 cm) diameter fiberglass pole has two eyes at the top in which to hook the block line and tie back line. The base fits a 4-3/4” x 5-7/8” (12.1 x 14.9 cm) cross arm. Included shims are needed for smaller arms.

Ground Rod Drivers and Framing Jack

Ground Rod Drivers are 60” (1.52 m) long and drives 5/8” (1.6 cm) ground rods deep by concentrating impact directly to the rod.

Light-weight and easy-to-use. Drives 1/2” (1.3 cm) ground rods with less effort than conventional methods. Discs surrounding the handle protect hands from walls, shrubbery, and the sliding parts. Measures 26” (66 cm) long with a 14” (35.6 cm) stroke.

Temporary Side Arms and Transfer Arms

The Temporary Transfer Arm is used to change crossarms, insulators, or poles on short spans up to and including 15 kV phase to phase. The mast (Cat. No. 1306M) is 2-1/2” in diameter by 6 feet (1.82 m) long. The horizontal arm (Cat. No. 1340WHF8) is 2-1/2” in diameter by 8 feet (2.44 m) long. The arm has a balanced load rating of 600 lbs. (272 kgs); unbalanced at 150 lbs. (68 kgs). These units are mounted to the pole using chain binders (Cat. No. 1304D) and are rated for 15 kV without insulators and 35 kV with insulators.