The Grounding Jumpers are used to create an electrical connection between two pieces of electrically conductive metal which has been mechanically spliced. Long spans of mounting rails are sometimes constructed from two shorter rail sections. Manufacturers may recommend that a floating splice be used to allow for thermal expansion. A floating splice is rigidly attached to only one rail, and allows the rails to expand and contract in line with each other. In such cases, via NEC code, it is also necessary to make an electrical splice, which can be done with a Grounding Jumper. The Grounding Jumpers are constructed of tin plated, braided copper wire. There are two types of Grounding Jumpers available, the WEEB® Bonding Jumper and the WILEY Braids.
• High quality grounding jumpers
• Corrosion resistant, tin plated, braided copper braid
• Able to sustain equivalent current to 6AWG copper wire
• Available is standard lengths from 6” to 36”
• UL2703 Listed
• ETL Listed to ANSI/UL 467
• CSA Certified to C22.2 No. 41