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Your questions - Our answers

Do you have questions about the assembly or installation of one of our products or do you have general questions?

Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) at BBC Cellpack Electrical Products

Questions

9. Can BBC Cellpack DR / DR-L crimp connectors, such as those included in the Easy-Fix repair kit, be used for solid conductors?
Can the contact pin be reused with Cellplux CTS and CTKS connectors?
Can the screw cable lugs of the Cellplux connector product range be used on a flexible cable (e.g.: PowerAmp-AMS) with a class 5 conductor made of aluminium?
Do BBC Cellpack cable accessories feature integrated strain relief?
For which conductor shapes/conductor classes can I use BBC Cellpack screw connectors type CSV, CSV-T and screw cable lug type CSK?
How can AK screw branch clamps be used?
How can FK overhead line terminals be used?
How can KP branch clamps be used?
Is it possible to use the CHE/CAE and CHESK/CAESK cable terminations with the class 5 & 6 conductor?
When is it recommended to use a counter-holder?
Which cable lugs are suitable for outdoor cable terminations?
Which compression cable lugs and compression connectors can be used for conductor class 5 + 6 (fine-strand + extra-fine-strand, according to DIN/IEC 60228)?
Which connectors can be used to connect concentric conductors (Ceander, wire screen)?
Which crimping pliers can be used for DR crimp connectors and the EASY-FIX shrinkable set?
Which impact wrenches are suitable for shearing off shear head bolts?

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