ClampStar corrects failing splices and deadends

With ClampStar, failing splices are repaired with no power interruption and splice replacement is no longer necessary.

Clinton, Ohio, February 1, 2010—With ClampStar, failing splices are repaired with no power interruption and splice replacement is no longer necessary. ClampStar installs in a fraction of the time, with most units being installed by one man with a hot‐stick. No mechanical grips, come‐alongs, jumper cables or cutters are needed.

ClampStar exceeds ANSI C119.4 Class AA, extra heavy duty current class and restores both electrical and mechanical integrity to weathered or damaged conductors. With ClampStar, there is no need to cut power or lines and it easily installs over existing splices, clamps and other connectors. ClampStar also increases ampacity, allowing for system up‐rates and is significantly safer than traditional splice replacement or other alternatives. ClampStar is available in both rigid and flexible versions to accommodate various connector configurations and cable diameters. Units are offered for transmission and distribution applications for all system voltages and conductors from #6 AWG – 2750 kcmil.

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