Wire Connectors - The Most Reliable Gadgets For Making Safe and Efficient Links



To effectively complete electrical circuits in industrial, commercial, and residential construction and during maintenance, the proper connector is required to effectively and securely connect the electrical conductors. The variety of determines associated with each electrical circuit will figure out the type and design of port to be chosen for the connecting two or more wires. Furthermore, high temperature environments must be considered in the connector selection procedure.

Screw-On Wire Connectors - Standard and Wing-Type Screw-On Wire Connectors are the traditional gadget utilized for connecting copper-to-copper electrical wires. A firm and simple clockwise twisting movement of the port put over the wires to be connected provides a safe and secure and safe connection. A specialized High-Temperature Screw-On Wire Adapter is offered for applications where temperatures can reach 150 degrees centigrade.

Push-In Wire Connectors - Rather than twisting the wires together with a screw-on wire connector the Push-In Wire Adapter finishes the wire connection by just inserting the removed wires into port openings in the push-in port. There are six different push-in adapters each capable of accepting 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 8 wires respectively and accommodating 12 to 22 AWG stranded or strong wires.

Nylon Pigtail Closed End Connectors - Another technique of connecting 2 or more wires is to insert the stripped ends into a nylon insulated tin-plated smooth copper metal sleeve and use a measured crimp pressure to the adapter to protect the wires. Four sizes of nylon pigtail closed end wire connectors are readily available dealing with wire combinations varying from 10 to 22 gauge.

Tap Splices/Quick Splicers - In OEM and Do It Yourself applications, the Tap Splices/Quick Splicers offer a vehicle for splicing (linking) completions of two wires of the very same wire gauge without removing the wires. The splice is completed by positioning each of the un-stripped wire ends into the ports on either side of the hinged tap splice. The by closing the tap splice, a connecting-blade is pushed into the wire insulation making contact with the bare wire conductors and finishing the connection. 3 sizes of Tap Splice/Quick Splicers are available to accommodate wire gauges 22-18 AWG; 16-14 AWG and 12-10 AWG. The tap splices are ranked at 600V max and 221 degrees F (105 degrees C).


Screw-On Wire Connectors - Standard and Wing-Type Screw-On Wire Connectors vinyl insulated ring terminal are the traditional gadget used for linking copper-to-copper electrical wires. Push-In Wire Connectors - Rather than twisting the wires together with a screw-on wire port the Push-In Wire Connector finishes the wire connection by just placing the stripped wires into port openings in the push-in connector. Nylon Pigtail Closed End Connectors - Another approach of connecting 2 or more wires is to place the stripped ends into a nylon insulated tin-plated smooth copper metal sleeve and apply a measured crimp pressure to the adapter to secure the wires. Tap Splices/Quick Splicers - In OEM and Do It Yourself applications, the Tap Splices/Quick Splicers offer a vehicle for splicing (linking) the ends of two wires of the same wire gauge without removing the wires.

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