Burndy’s undrilled braid line provides “unparalleled field flexibility”
August 28, 2018 — Burndy says its undrilled braid line brings “unparalleled field flexibility.”
Undrilled seamless pure copper ferrules are supplied with scored lines and dimples. Scored lines locate the centre of the ferrule and prevent the drill from walking when drilling in this area.
Dimples at the end of the scored lines represent the location of the NEMA standard hole spacing. A supplied guide allows users to drill the holes wherever necessary, while retaining cULus listing. According to the company, the undrilled braids can be used in almost any application.
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