Copper Terminal Lugs

ASK Power’s Copper Compression Lugs with Single, Double, or Four  Hole Connectors incorporate squared tangs, chamfered entry and steep-sloping transitions.  These crimp
or solder lugs feature tinned Military Spec. plating formed from high purity annealed
copper with heavy duty walls and provides excellent ductility & conductivity, a secure
fit and superior tang strength.  The lugs accommodate wire sizes 8 Gauge through
2000 MCM.  Crimp barrels are sized to closely match commercial power cable strand 
diameters of all constructions.  These non-insulated lugs are suitable for crimped
connection and bolted termination.  Applicable Wire types and stranding and appropriate
die code options are marked clearly on wire barrel.  Double stud holes provide superior
fixturing to lock the cable and lug parallel to other grounding or power terminations.


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