Dead-End & Suspension Silicone Polymer Insulators for 15kV to 69kV Applications

Advanced Rubber Dead-End InsulatorsThese 15KV – 69KV Distribution Class Insulators are molded from Silicone Rubber exclusively. The end fitings are made from cast steel, galvanized with a 20,000lb to 30,000lb tensile strength. The fiberglass rod is made from Boron-free E-Glass.

This design and range of insulators was introduced to enable ARP to become a cost competitive worldwide supplier of Silicone Rubber Insulators.

The 15KV – 35KV insulators all meet the ANSI SML rating of 15,000lbs. Due to the proprietary manufacturing process we use, the ARP-46SKCE-SHP has a 20,200lb SML rating and the ARP-69SK series insulators will meet the 25,000lb SML rating. These insulators have been tested to meet all of the ANSI, IEC and CEA standards.

These Insulators are RUS accepted.

Advanced Rubber logoHead Office & Manufacturing:
6110 Lamb Road • Wyoming, NY 14591
Telephone: (1) 585-495-6231 • Fax: (1) 585-495-6526
Email: info@arp-hivoltageinsulators.com
Website: www.arp-hivoltageinsulators.com

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