Electrical Distribution Hardware for the Energy Industry
PAYER Industries produces specialized electrical distribution hardware for the energy sector. Lightweight, rugged and industrial-grade, our hardware for electrical distribution lines or transmission structure guying is ideal for repairing, joining, protecting or reinforcing transmission or distribution conductors, electrical cables, strands and guys.
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Armor Rods are designed to protect conductors by reducing bending, compression, and abrasion at the support point, particularly where handties are used.View product
Splices are designed to repair or connect guys and messenger strands or conductors.View product
Guy terminals perform the same function as Guy ends and Dead ends, but they are designed for those who prefer a wrap around guy at the pole.View product
The aluminum shock-absorber spacer is specially used a uniform distancing device between high voltage wires.View product
C.A.T.V. Telends are designed to secure RG-59/U and RG-6/U coaxial cables at service drop points. C.A.T.V.View product
C.A.T.V. Dead ends are designed to secure RG-59/U and Figure 8 coaxial cables at service drop points.View product
Dead ends are designed for the termination of conductors in order to meet the the strength requirement of primary, secondary, and-station lines.View product
Service ends are designed for termination of ACSR, smooth body ACSR, and neutral messengers of self-supporting cable at service drop points.View product
Guy ends are designed for the guying of poles used in the construction of power, distribution, communication lines and antenna towers.View product
This product is especially conceived to serve as an attachment device for the Energy Industry spacer-damper.View product
Line Guards are designed to protect conductors by reducing bending, compression and abrasive action to a minimum.View product