Utility supplies: New FlatRound wire brush from Hi-Line Utility Supply

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Utilty tools: Hi-Line Utility Supply introduces its new FlatRound™ Wire Brush. The flat-sided brush side is perfect for flat connections such as flat pads on pad-mounted transformers, hylugs and flat connectors. In transmission applications, the flat side can also be used on all dead-end single-tongue and jumper-terminal connectors, and, in substation applications, it can be used on all terminal connections up to 1,000 MCM. The round wire brush covers conductors up to 1590 MCM. This covers most conductors.

The FlatRound™ Wire Brush is convenient and built for a comfortable hold, weighing in at less than 1/2 pound, and is made of durable, non-conductive material, plus has a built-in snap ring. Both wire brushes are easily replaceable.
A clean connection helps decrease outages and bad connections, therefore generating significant savings for utility companies. The FlatRound™ Wire Brush makes keeping a connection clean easier than ever.

This FlatRound™ Wire Brush (HLFRWB-1) and replacement brushes (HLLWB-1) product line is available now through Hi-Line Utility Supply.

For more information about Hi-Line Utility Supply or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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