Strain Link Stick: mainly used on dead-end poles as insulation between rope blocks and a wire grip. Available in different pole diameters, for maximum working load rates of 1,500 kg to 3.000 kg, and overall lengths between 1 and 3.8 m.
Spiral Link Stick: used instead strain link sticks in close spaces where a linesman cannot safely install a strain link stick by hand. A lifting eye on the head ferrule enables the lineman to guide the Spiral Link Stick to the conductor with a hotstick. Pole diameter: 32 mm; overall length: 70 or 146 cm.
Roller Link Stick: used to spread and hold conductors aside at mid span. Also used for measuring conductor-ground clearance in conjunction with measuring tape or rope. Pole diameter: 32 mm. Overall length: 147 or 208 cm.
Heavy Duty Two-Pole Strain Carriers: relieve strain from insulator string to permit removal from energized lines. Normally used on a single string of insulators. Also used for multiple strings where conductor-end hardware permits attachment.
Strain-Carrier Yokes: fabricated of high strength aluminium plate, with 66 cm width between the centre of the adjustable strain poles used with them. Maximum load rating: 6,800 kg per insulator string.
Hand Line Block with side-opening: plated-steel swivel eye allos 360º orientation. Plated-forged-steel hook has as it is 3/4 inches throat opening. Side-opening design includes high-strength detent-ball pin that is easy to remove and is secure to body with a lanyard.
Insulator Cradles: used to support the insulator string while replacing damaged insulators or to pivot the string so it may be removed and lowered to the ground. Various models available with overall length between 1.8 and 3.0 m.
Personalized design of tools and equipment to work on live lines on plans and samples that the client facilitates.