Utility tools: Compression cable pulling heads

Utility supplies: BURNDY announces the addition of the compression cable pulling head product offering to our HYDENT family of compression connectors.

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Utility tools: BURNDY® announces the addition of the compression cable pulling head product offering to our HYDENT™ family of compression connectors.

The compression pulling head line makes BURNDY a one-stop-shop for all your cable pulling, terminating, splicing, taping, and installation tooling needs!

Only 6 compression pulling heads for wire ranging from #1 AWG – 1000 kcmil for both Aluminum (Class B [Concentric, Compact, Compressed]) and Copper (Class B [Concentric, Compact, Compressed], and Class C) wire. Each compression pulling head is available in 5 different lanyard lengths, in order to stagger the compression pulling heads to prevent overlay when pulling multiple wire at the same time.

Only 1 tool required to crimp the entire line! To help minimize installation time and minimize the amount of installation tooling requirements, the compression pulling heads have been tested for use with the 644 series of dieless installation tooling. What separates BURNDY from the competition is BURNDY supplies a full line of compression terminals and splices that can also be installed using the 644 installation tooling (see our catalog for connector and tooling combinations).

Features and Benefits
• #1 AWG to 1000 kcmil
• Accommodates: Copper Class B (Concentric, Compressed, Compact) or Class C wire; Aluminum Class B (Concentric, Compressed, Compact)
• Easy to install with the 644 Series of dieless installation tools (PAT644 or Y644)
• Parallel installation; each of the 6 compression pulling heads come in 5 unique lanyard lengths for staggering when pulling multiple wire
• Knurl crimp bands clearly indicate the crimp zone locations on the compression pulling head barrels

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