I always knew a "bump" as an automatic splice: http://www.automaticsplice.com/article/Inner-Workings-of-an-Automatic-Splices-.html Probably because of its tapered form. They are to be installed only on lines that are under tension (a service drop is considered slack)
Yeah. They're called full-tension splices. Some are a foot or so long. They take about 40-billion crimps to get end-to-end on them. I know I have one laying around. I'll try to get a pic if I don't freeze to death.Is anyone familiar with crimps to mend neutral support cable, midspan?
I know our poco uses them, they look like a tube maybe 6" long and they crimp them a pile of times. Any idea what their called and if you can get them for a burndy md6-8?