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Cross Reference request

Does ILSCO make an equal to a Burndy YA26TC516?

Answer

According to the search results from our website, it crosses to an ILSCO SureCrimp connector, CLNS-2/0-516.  Thank you.

Product Question - Mechanical

I need the torque values for your mechanical lugs?

I am an inspector in the Philadelphia area. I always asks the contractors installing mechanical lugs that I witness that proper torque has been meet on each lug installed on a specific project. I was wondering if you have a chart which shows your lug part #, stud size, and most importantly REQUIRED TIGHTENING TORQUE?

Almost every project I am involved with the contractor gets only the number of lugs they require for a specific installation from their supply house and they come loose in a plastic bag. So it becomes a search mission for the contractor and often myself to find proper torque values for the lugs.

Answer

ILSCO lugs are UL//CSA and each one can have a specific torque associated with it.

I have attached a link so that if you type in the catalog number you can get the torque information sheet associated with that part.

This link is found from the Home Page. Click on Techincal Resources then the 2nd bullet says Information Sheets (Torque & Crimp) then click on Search Information Sheets (Torque & Crimp)

http://www.ilsco.com/info-sheet/