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Old 10-27-2009, 10:38 AM   #1
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We have a pull box on the side of the highway that is having problems with flooding. We purchased some homac flood seals but we need to find some way to splice the 3 ought(sp?) wire, i was working with someone from the PoCo and they had some butt splices that they used to splice their wires, and he even had a tool that looks like a battery powered saw-zaw but it has a die set that is used to crimp the butt connectors.


Does anybody know where i can find these things? I have called electrical supply houses all around the Orlando area and nobody seems to know what im talking about.

Thanks guys!
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Old 10-27-2009, 10:55 AM   #2
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Greenlee and T&B Crimpers
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Do you by chance have a link to a website that sells it? I don't really know what i should specifically be looking for..
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The one I am talking about is T&B part# TBM8-750BSCR

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Any electrical supply house should be able to get it. Greenlee has one also.
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The one I am talking about is T&B part# TBM8-750BSCR

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Any electrical supply house should be able to get it. Greenlee has one also.

Alright, thanks for your help.
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