Tough Thermoplastic Shell
Resist Chemical Reactions
Class 2, Low Voltage
WC-14 AND WC-16
The family of Wade Connectors covers a wide range of wire and combination of wire applications. From golf courses and landscape lighting, you will find a Wade Connector specially designed for your requirement, each color-coded for ease of recognition and selection. The tough thermoplastic shell, wire nut and field-tested red gel compound, protect against environmental extremes, resist chemical reaction from hydrocarbons, acids, water, salt spray, dirt, steam and oxidation. The special red gel will not dry out and contains special adhesive/cohesive properties as well as special corrosion and rust inhibitors and resists heat up to 550º F. All Wade Connectors come with Ideal® deepskirt, wide throat wire lock-nuts. This wire lock-nut, when embedded into the protective gel, provides superior di-electric flash-over protection. Our connectors are made in the U.S.A.Learn More
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Over time we have fine-tuned and developed the toughest connector to deliver our promise of a durable and long-lasting connection. Here is how our products continue to work for you and outperform the competition.
1. Tough Plastic Shell
Withstands environmental extremes ensuring a quick and reliable connection.
4. Low Voltage Applications
Withstands damp/wet and direct bury/below grade conditions.
3. Superior Flash-Over Protection
Deep skirt design provides superior flash-over protection.
2. Non-Hardening Sealant
Field tested silicone sealant protects electrical connections from moisture and corrosion.
7. Compact Design
Compact enough to fit easily into tight locations such as that of a valve box.
5. No Crimping Tools Needed
Ready to use connectors come with every component for the splice included in the kit.
6. +550º F Drop Point Sealant
Wide temperature range accommodates water-proof mechanical connections.
8. Lifetime Warranty
Lifetime warranty against corrosion caused failures.
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