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Component Parts Products

Flange Terminators


The Line Power Flange Terminator is a rugged combination of a strain relief mechanism and a water tight seal which is designed for use on all types of electrical equipment. It will accept a wide range of high and low voltage cable sizes. The Line Power Flange Terminator is superior to so called “cord grips” in that it provides mechanical strain relief through cable gripping aluminum clamps and a water tight seal through a rubber grommet. Conventional “cord grips” providing mechanical gripping with their grommet and do not use cable gripping clamps. Line Power Flange Terminators are available in four types of mountings. The 02-2567 Series uses six (6) mounting holes on a 7 – 7/8″ diameter circle, the same mountings as all PMG and SFG High Voltage Couplers (except SFG08). The 02-2568 Series mounts like the SFG08 High Voltage Coupler, six (6) holes on an 8 – 5/8″ diameter circle. 02-2503 thru 02-2524 Flange Terminators use six (6) holes on a 6 – 1/8″ diameter circle. The 02-2566 Series uses four (4) mounting holes in a 4 – 1/4″ square pattern as found PG39, 59, 60, 67, 68, 69, 79 and 85 Low Voltage Couplers.

Slip/Spill Switches

Line Power Slip Switch
The Model 12-1017 Slip Switch is a self-contained belt control switch designed to protect your conveyor system from slip, sequence and gob-off conditions.

The Model 12-1017 Slip Switch has all the electronic sensing and control circuitry contained in an encapsulated enclosure. This procedure assures that the Slip Switch is not affected by moisture or dust. To install the unit, mount the Slip Switch near a suitable roller, add targets to the roller and connect the cable to the belt control box. The Slip Switch has a surface mounted adjustment for speed control and indicator lights for power and speed set up.


  • Adjustable Speed Set Up
  • Indicator Lights
  • Environmentally Sealed
  • Easy Installation


  • Size: 6″ Long X 2″ Round
  • Power: 120 VAC.
  • Speed: 140 To 4000 Targets Per Minute
  • No Moving Parts
  • Part Number: 12-1017

Insulators and Bushing Wells


Line Power insulators are manufactured from cycloaliphatic epoxy resins in the Line Power plant by the automatic pressure gelation (APG) process. This process was developed in Switzerland over fifty years ago and has been widely used globally. It has developed to a Technologically advanced state and is used in the manufacture of a broad range of indoor and outdoor high-voltage electrical components.

In this process, the cycloaliphatic epoxy resin hardener and various pre-mixed fillers and additives for properties and process control are combined in specially designed, computer-controlled equipment. Formulations are developed by supplier engineers through exhaustive testing and field experience. The insulators and bushings are designed to meet precise requirements for a specific application. These formulations are balanced for high-voltage, high strength, non-tracking, self-scouring, non-weathering applications in extremes of high temperature and sub-zero cold.

The mix is thoroughly degassed under high vacuum and transferred to automatic presses. Here it is injected into highly-polished tool steel molds and formed under heat and pressure into compact, high leakage-distance, engineered thermoset contours to enhance the electrical and mechanical characteristics. Firmly imbedded in each end are full-threaded inserts as specified.

The cycloaliphatic epoxy components develop a high degree of polymer cross-linking to give optimum thermal, mechanical and electrical properties. All epoxy components are x-rayed, visually inspected for surface irregularities, color, integrity, and general appearance, and are serialized. The in-process examination is given using a 110kV real time fluoroscopic x-ray for a 100 percent, 360°, end-to-end inspection. Trained examiners look for any signs of internal voids, cracks, non-bonded inserts or other defect which could cause or lead to problems under voltage, thermal or mechanical stress in future years. Only after this rigidly controlled manufacturing process, x-ray inspection and any final de-flashing or cleaning which might be required are the insulators stamped “X-ray OK” and logged by number in quality assurance records – assurance that the Line Power quality is locked in.