Oval shaped copper sleeves used in making eye or lap splices in flexible cable. Sleeves are slipped over the two strands of cable to be fastened and are then compressed with special Nicropress hand squeezers. Provides a bond that is even stronger than a standard splice. Plain copper and zinc coated sleeves are used with galvanized cable, and tin coated sleeves are to be used with stainless steel cable.
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TIN PLATED OVAL SLEEVES 3/32 SL2-3TP MS51844-83
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Tin coated sleeves are used with stainless steel cable.
The 3/32 oval swage (15-05074) is 3/8" long and the 1/8 oval swage (15-05075) is 5/8" long
We have several installation tools to choose from. They are on page 775 of the 2013-2014 catalog. 12-12000, 12-12100, 12-12200, 12-12400, 12-00222, 12-02560, and 12-02561 are examples (see accessories). Verify the size tool will work with the sleeve to be used.
These swages are copper sleeve with tin plating.
The proper cable sleeve swaging procedures are explained and illustrated in the FAA 43.13 acceptable, methods and practices publication.
See part # 04-01634
You will need P/N# 15-09446 for this gauge of wire.
No, you would want to use the correct sized sleeves for the cable. We have 1/16" sleeves under part number 05-03288 in copper and 15-09444 for tin plated.
You would use zinc or tinned sleeves on stainless cables to avoid some corrosion issues.