Royston designed the SpliceRight™ system to insulate, waterproof and protect low-voltage electrical connections. It's the splicing kit that keeps your cathodic protection system intact.
SpliceRight's tacky elastomeric insulating compound completely seals and waterproofs the connector area. There's no mixing, heating or pouring. We've developed this compound based on our 50 years of experience in corrosion protection.
The SpliceRight system's resin-impregnated, moisture-cured, fabric bandage can be applied immediately after applying the compound, unlike other methods which require hardening time. The bandage provides mechanical protection for the sealant and sets in less than 10 minutes. Quick installation time allows for immediate backfill.
The SpliceRight system is the low-cost way to do the job right. It's fast, easy and effective, which keeps your labor costs down. And if re-entry to the splice is necessary, the SpliceRight system can be removed without damage to the cable or splice.
With SpliceRight, you need to carry only one size kit to the site -- there's no need for various-size kits. The SpliceRight system's green sealant fits easily around any shape or configuration quickly and with no mess.
The SpliceRight tm system can be applied in both hot or below freezing temperatures. And the green sealant remains pliable, so it'll never crack if a cable shifts. The SpliceRight tm system's unique rubber encapsulating material maintains its electrical resistance and physical properties without deterioration during long aging or exposure to corrosive underground environments.
Just cover, wrap and spray. See the bottom of this web page for full instructions.
The adhesive in the bandage adheres to skin and is difficult to remove. Using the gloves eliminates skin contact. However, if contact does occur, the adhesive will harmlessly wear off in a few days.
Royston's SpliceRight kits are furnished in a carton containing 12 individually packaged kits and one spray bottle for water.
Royston SliceRight™ Kit Instructions
Do not use gloves until the first WRAP step. Splice and adjacent insulation must be clean and free of contamination.