This screw-in service holder insulator is designed for wooden posts and can be used with a variety of wire types.
Fi-Shock® Screw-in Service Holder Insulator
Electric fence insulators allow you to fasten electrified wire to the post without losing energy through the post. It is very important to match the type of wire and the type of fence post.
Our Fi-Shock® Screw-in Service Holder Insulator is made with a hot-dipped galvanized steel base and strap with 2¼ inch screw. It is designed for wooden posts and can be used with steel wire, aluminum wire, polyrope, and polywire. It has a lifetime guarantee.
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Fi-Shock® Screw-in Service Holder Insulator - Specifications
- Made with hot-dipped galvanized steel base and strap with 2¼ inch screw
- For wooden posts
- Can be used with steel wire, aluminum wire, polyrope and polywire. (Not recommended for polytape)
- White color porcelain
- Lifetime Guarantee
- 1 insulator
Disclaimer: Zareba® System does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Fi-Shock® Screw-in Service Holder Insulator is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 5 out of 5 by Farmer boy from I like this insulator, some time ago I tried some of the other screw in insulators they carry, and the ceramic is cast around the bolt, the ceramic strips and the bolt spins, they were junk, these are made like old insulators of time past, that was used on the power lines when first went up in our area, they have the screw in a plate that wraps around the side and a pin in the ceramic of the insulator, they hold well and last long, (I have used this time removed and reused many times in the past, and when I saw this style I pick up some for my new fence I was building,Date published: 2016-11-14
Fi-Shock® FAQs on Electric Fence Systems
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