VisiLock Splice Kit by King Innovations

Waterproof and Corrosion Proof for Cathodic Protection Splices
$77.00
SKU
12-25010

Features & Benefits

  • Waterproof and corrosion proof.
  • Pre-filled with a non-toxic sealant that eliminates hazmat requirements.
  • Re-enterable housing allows for splice examination.
  • Visible inspection without opening encapsulated splice.
  • Includes mounting tabs to securely attach splice box to structure.
  • One-piece for easy installation.
  • No assembly or set-up time required.
  • Eliminates heat shrinks, primers, tapes, and epoxy packs.
  • Designed to protect cathodic splices from corrosion.
  • For use in outdoor or direct-burial locations.
  • For making tap or branch splices on insulated cables rated up to 50V.

Eliminates these time-consuming steps:

  • Two-part epoxy mixing and messy pouring methods
  • Ambient temperature issues
  • Set-up time
  • Hazmat requirements with transporting materials
  • Heat shrinks, primers, tapes, and epoxy packs

 

Product Specifications

  • Maximum Voltage: 50V
  • Temperature Rating: -40° - 90°C (194°F)
  • Wire Range: Main: #8 - 1/0, Tap: #12 - #4
  • Dimensions:
    A = 1.75" (4.45 cm)
    B = 3.35" (8.51 cm)
    C = 0.98" (2.49 cm)
    D = 5.50" (13.97 cm)
    E = 0.25" (0.64 cm)
    F = 6.69" (16.99 cm)
    G = 1.81" (4.60 CM)

 

Product Testing Information

  1. 500-hour salt fog.
  2. Immersion / heating / cooling sequence:
    24 hours water immersion → 72 hours at 75°C → 24 hours water immersion → 4 hours at -18°C → 24 hours water immersion
  3. 336 hours of immersion in 10% chlorine solution.
  4. 336 hours of immersion in 5% salt water solution.
  5. 30 minute water submersion at 6 feet followed by dielectric at 1000 Vac.
  6. Impact at ambient and following 168 hours at 110°C. 4 hour water immersion following impact.

Notes:

  1. Gel is a cross-linked silicone polymer.
  2. The above tests were conducted with separate sets of samples.
  3. Each numbered bullet represents a separate set of samples.
  4. Dielectric at 1,000 Vac and insulation resistance tests at 250 Vdc conducted following all 24-hour immersions.
  5. Chlorine and salt water immersion and impact testing after each test.

 

 

Installation Instructions

  1. Install electrical connection per connector manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Lay main conductor into conductor cradles centering electrical connector as shown in Figure A.
  3. Position Tap conductor as shown in Figure A. Note: Tap conductor can be positioned to exit either side of housing.
  4. Install wire ties tightly around main conductor. Cut remaining length of wire tie and discard.
  5. Close housing verifying it is securely latched.