Ox-Gard Anti-Oxidant compound contains prime grade zinc and is formulated with metallic zinc to create a compound that enhances electrical and thermal conductivity which is used on high power crimp connections and stud bolt mountings. When the connection is tightened, the grease is displaced, leaving a layer of zinc filling in the surface imperfections of the interface. This has a two fold effect, it improves electrical conductivity and it improves thermal conductivity. This reduces the connection temperature under high power conditions by a reduced voltage drop and by providing a heat conductivity path to the connection's substrate. Ox-Gard Anti-Oxidant compound is manufactured with unique grease compounded from custom refined low Sulphur oil. The grease base ensures brush-ability over a wide temperature range, tenacious adherence to all surfaces, resistance to water wash out and the prevention of rust and corrosion. This makes the product easier and more reliable to use.
Closed end connectors are ideal for making a simple connection of two or more wires to create a pigtail connection. The pigtail connector is a closed end, crimp on wire connector used to secure electrical connection points. The proper installation method is to connect the wires together first and then add a pigtail connector and crimp tight to provide a safe, secure and stable connection particularly in applications subject to vibration. Designed to be used with both solid and stranded wire these closed end connectors feature a tin plated seamless copper sleeve with translucent nylon insulation. Connector rated for 22 10 AWG applications up to 300 volt.
Connect electrical wires using screw clamps with the Gardner Bender 22-10 AWG 6 circuit Terminal Block. This terminal block is rated for 30 amp 600 volt capacity. Resists both extreme cold and hot temperature. Quick installation.
Thin wall heat shrink tubing is constructed from durable, flame retardant black polyolefin which is resistant to both solvents and fluids making it ideal for cable insulation, repair, marking or bundling. Heat shrink not only provides superior mechanical, abrasion and moisture protection but also strengthens connections and provides a comfortable gripping surface. As a result, professional and DIY multi purpose uses include repairing cords (ranging from large appliance cords to small electronic cables that show wear at pull out), covering tool and sporting equipment handles and sealing rope for neat, unravel resistant ends. Finally, tubing capably resists common fluids and solvents. Upon heating to 120 degree Celsius (250 degree Fahrenheit) the tubing begins to shrink but will not drip, crack or flow and is self extinguishing within 30 seconds. Meets UL 224, 125 degree Celsius CSA C22.2 No3 198.1, 125 degree Celsius MIL-DTL-23053/5, Class 1 and 2, AMS 3636 and 3637 DEF STAN 59-79, issue 3 type 2A. Continuous operating temperature -55 degree Celsius (-67 degree Fahrenheit) to 135 degree Celsius (275 degree Fahrenheit). Shrink temperature 120 degree Celsius (250 degree Fahrenheit) to 250 degree Celsius (480 degree Fahrenheit). 600 Voltage/Mil Dielectric strength.
The industry's standard twist-on connector with quality performance and durability. GB specifies this connector for a wire range of 22 16 AWG and recommends a wire combination of minimum (3) 22 wire and maximum (3) 16. It is blue in color for easy color code identification. Recommended for copper to copper connections only. Made from tough, thermoplastic shells which guard against hydrocarbons, diluted acid or alkaline solutions.