ElectroBraid® Heavy-Duty Insulator Screw - 1-Pack

ElectroBraid® Heavy-Duty Insulator Screw - 1-Pack 3 5 5 1
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  • 2.5 in galvanized heavy-duty screw
  • Part of the complete ElectroBraid Horse Fence System
  • May be used independently with various insulators
  • ElectroBraid® is Americas #1 Horse Fence - Safe, Secure and Simple to install

ElectroBraid® Heavy-Duty Insulator Screws, 2.5 Inch

One-inch ElectroBraid® heavy-duty insulator screws provide years of dependable outdoor use.

  • High-quality, heavy-duty construction
  • Galvanized for rust resistance
  • Perfect for securely attaching insulators to line posts
  • May be used independently with various insulators
  • 50 per package

These heavy-duty screws are ideal for use with ElectroBraid® Heavy Duty Roller Insulators and are designed as part of the dependable ElectroBraid® horse fence system.

Extras won’t go to waste

These galvanized screws are useful for any outdoor application, so you can easily put any leftovers to use around home and farm.

There’s a reason ElectroBraid® is America’s #1 Horse Fence

Even the smallest ElectroBraid® fencing components are made for convenience, performance and durability. That’s the peace of mind that comes from choosing the ElectroBraid® fencing system. Use ElectroBraid® as a permanent perimeter fence or a movable fence for rotational grazing. ElectroBraid® is SAFE, SECURE and SIMPLE.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.govwww.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Electrobraid® Heavy-Duty Insulator Screw, 2-1/2 Inch
Model # AS25-EB
Material Galvanized Metal
Quantity 50

Product Questions

Your Heavy Duty Black Line Post Insulators specify a 1-inch hex head screw. Do you sell those?
Question by: Darrell Dodds on Aug 22, 2021, 8:00 PM
We do not carry 1-inch heavy-duty screws.
Answer by: Woodstream (Admin) on Aug 23, 2021, 8:00 PM
Why can't you use nails instead of the screws? Would be much cheaper.
Question by: Den on Feb 28, 2020, 7:00 PM
The insulators these are designed to be used with may be put under significant pressure; which screws are better able to withstand and maintain their integrity.
Answer by: Woodstream (Admin) on Mar 1, 2020, 7:00 PM

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