Insulators are made of stainless steel and have an internal ball-socket in the main body that threads onto the connecting stud.
• Nut is insulated from the stainless steel body by a Tufnol® socket, preventing electrical transference to the insulator body or opposite terminal
• If the Tufnol® becomes compromised, the nut will bottom out against the stainless housing
• While the backstay will loosen, the insulating studs will remain attached to the insulator body-allowing the rig to be re-tensioned until a repair can be made
• All ends shown are for 1x19 wire only; fittings for other wire sizes and strand configurations can be special ordered