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Insulated Hand Tool s – 2100
Page 2104
September 2012
Phone: 573-682-5521 Email: hpsliterature@hubbell.com Web: hubbellpowersystems.com
Impact Elbow Pullers
(Grippers not included. Order Grippers separately.
See REPLACEMENT GRIPPERS table, page 2104.)
Description
†6-foot length
†8-foot length
*4
1
2
-foot length
Catalog No.
C4031822
C4031850
C4031851
Weight
12
lb./5.4 kg.
12
1
4
lb./5.6 kg.
11
1
2
lb./5.2 kg.
*4
1
2
-foot tool labeled “For Rubber Glove Use Only.”
†6- and 8-foot tools meet OSHA insulation requirements.
Storage Bags (Yellow vinyl/fabric)
Bag for 4
1
2
' or 6' tool above
Bag for 8' tool above
P6436
P6438
ELBOW PULLER TOOLS
Note: Grippers are not included with tools on this page. To
order grippers interchangeable for 15, 25 and 35 kV, see
REPLACEMENT GRIPPERS table on page 2105.
Features & Applications
• Tested per OSHA & ASTM F711
• Facilitate removing elbow connectors from transformer
bushings and other apparatus
• Elbows can be difficult to remove when silicone grease on
the interface of elbow and bushing dries out and hardens
over time
• Special integral hook on tool head fits through rubber eye
of elbow or metal hook of bushing cap
• Used in this manner, hook adds extra control and pulling
power to grippers
For SAFETYSHIELD
Hot Stick Barrier to
fit tools on this page, see page 2129.
IMPACT Elbow-Puller Tools
Features & Applications
• Lightweight tool uses slide-hammer mechanism to easily
disengage and replace elbows
• Tool and grippers help operator to control elbow and stiff
underground cable lead
• For sure, balanced grip, 5-lb. slide hammer is plastisol
coated and flared at both ends
• For secure handling, both front and rear handgrip areas of
pole are coated with Griptread
• Available in three lengths, tools are made of
1-1/4”-diameter orange Epoxiglas® pole
• 6’ to 8’ foot units meet OSHA requirements
• 4-1/2’ unit, labeled “For Rubber Glove Use Only”, has
5”-long insulation length
Operation
To pull an elbow connector:
• Insert hook through eye on elbow
• Close down grippers on elbow by rotating pole
• Support tool with one hand on front grip behind
handguard and other hand on slide hammer
• Slide hammer from front to rear anvil
• Resulting impact should release elbow with sufficient
momentum to withdraw it from bushing without extended
arcing
To install an elbow connector:
• Follow the same procedures for pulling, EXCEPT use slide
hammer impact against front anvil to help seat the elbow