The silicone rubber body provides high dielectric strength, high tear strength, low tension set, and excellent low temperature recovery. Integrated electrical stress control enhanced by factory molded stress cones and a Faraday cage. Void filling stress relief mastics are not necessary. TE’s CSJA joint system’s proven shield continuity concept can also bridge concentric neutrals. The joint accepts both mechanical and compression connectors. When a ShearBolt connector is used, this is a totally crimpless system.
CSJA joint system meets IEEE-404 requirements for 15 kV through 35 kV. Each silicone splice body is factory tested to include AC withstand and partial discharge in accordance with IEEE-404 production tests.
Pre-expanded EPDM rejacketing splice and an integrated neutral sock
Ergonomically designed spiral holdout provides a smooth installation with low release forces
Total length of the splice body on the holdout is 14 to 19 inches providing a compact design
Pre-expanded, single piece silicone rubber joint body with high mechanical expansion capability allows a wide application range
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