Shearbolt One-Hole Lug QLS Series

3M ID B00014731
  • Shearbolt design has a friction plate that helps to prevent damage to the electrical conductor while offering enhanced contact force
  • Accommodates wire size of 2 AWG to 250 kcmil
  • Made of durable aluminum and has tin plating for corrosion resistance
  • Offers easy installation without crimp tools
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For industrial/occupational use only. Not for consumer sale or use.
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  • Shearbolt design has a friction plate that helps to prevent damage to the electrical conductor while offering enhanced contact force
  • Accommodates wire size of 2 AWG to 250 kcmil
  • Made of durable aluminum and has tin plating for corrosion resistance
  • Offers easy installation without crimp tools
  • Meets the requirements of ANSI C119.4.

3M™ QLS Shearbolt T Body Mechanical Lug is designed for use with 600A Dead Break connections. The shearbolt includes a friction plate that helps prevent damage to the conductor, providing improved contact force.

For industrial/occupational use only. Not for consumer sale or use.

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