Cu Full-Tension Joint Oval Section According to DIN 48201

DIN 48217

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For copper conductors according to DIN 48201


E-Cu DIN 40500 F20



Cat. No.Conductor
sq mm rm
Ø mm (stranded)
Dimension mmDie
Code No.
No of
100 Pcs.
101301284 10 4.1 9.0 4.5 63 10PO 6 1.7
101301285 16 5.1 11.2 5.6 98 12PO 6 4.9
101301286 25 6.3 14.0 7.0 112 16PO 6 6.4
101301287 35 7.5 16.0 8.0 126 18PO 7 7.8
101301288 50 9.0 19.5 10.0 180 20PO 10 13.0
101301289 70 10.5 22.5 11.5 198 22PO 15 17.6
101301290 95 12.5 26.5 13.5 264 24PO 15 34.0

 User Instructions:

The compression joints are marked with a code number in front of the logo (roughly corresponding to the outer diameter of the compression sleeve). The required compression die is selected in accordance with this code number.

For hexagonal compressions made with hand-operated mechanical compression tools, browned dies (black) are to be used for copper, bronze and steel compression joints, whereas aluminium compression joints require electro-galvanized dies (white).

For hydraulic compression tools there is no differentiation of dies for different metals.
The compression sleeve non-tension and full-tension of aluminium compression joints and of full-tension copper compression joints are prefilled with compression compound which must not be removed before the compression, neither completely nor in part. Any compression compound escaping during the compression should be wiped off.

Assembly Instructions:

  1. Clean the conductor or cable ends with a wire brush to remove dirt and oxidation.
  2. Insert conductor or cable ends into the compression sleeve up to the centre.
  3. Before proceeding, make sure that the code number on the compression joint is matched to that on the compression die.
  4. Compression joints are compressed by making the first compression at the centre and working out toward the ends. The number of compressions is marked on the sleeve. It is important to make the specified number of compressions.






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