Butt splice compression connectors make permanent in-line connections between industrial cables to extend or splice power and ground connections in high-voltage or heavier gauge applications like commercial lighting, electrical panels, and industrial machinery. Also known as compression splices, they consist of a hollow metal barrel with openings on both ends where the cables insert into each end and butt against each other. Next, the connector is crimped with a die component and tool to create a solid, uniform bond with the cables and prevent them from pulling out. Their bodies have color-coded bands and markings that identify where to compress and which die component and tool to use.
Short Barrel, Single Crimp Compression Connectors
These short barrel compression connectors only require one crimp on each side of their barrel to secure cables.
Short Barrel, Single Crimp Compression Connectors, sorted by For Wire Size, custom
Long Barrel, Double-Crimp Compression Connectors
These long barrel compression connectors require two crimps on each end of their barrel to secure cables. Double crimping provides a stronger hold on the cables to prevent them from falling out.
Long Barrel, Double-Crimp Compression Connectors, sorted by For Wire Size, custom
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