Cable Splicing System Lowers Shipbuilding Costs

—Literature Available AMP Special Industries recently issued Product Bulletin 805-1. This Bulletin, entitled "Marine Cable Splicing Kit," describes the latest equipment for wiring methods to be used in modular shipbuilding, jumboizing and repairs. The methods and equipment listed have been reviewed and accepted by the Coast Guard and the American Bureau of Shipping.

The AMP System is a low-cost method of marine cable splicing. It includes pressure-type butt connectors, thick-wall heat-shrink tubing throughout for replacement cable jacket and maintains the electrical continuity of the armor by AMP "TERMI-FOIL" grounding harness.

The methods described in the Bulletin make it possible to eliminate long cable pulls, splicing of cables at modular breaks, salvage broken shipboard cable and facilitates a faster turnaround in damaged vessels.

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