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TE Connectivity ships 7 billion terminals and splices

May 15, 2018
The company can trace its experience in the development of solderless terminals and crimp technology back to 1948
TE Connectivity (TE) have announced the seven billionth shipment of PLASTI-GRIP terminals since the inception of the company.

“To reach the 7 billion milestone is an amazing achievement for our PLASTI-GRIP products,” said Callum Luff, product manager. “The fact that these terminals and splices have stood the test of time in a wide variety of applications shows the staying power of the product. Our customers know PLASTI-GRIP products are high quality, easy to use and reliable.”

TE’s PLASTI-GRIP terminals have a funneled wire entry on each PLASTI-GRIP terminal that permits rapid wire insertion during high speed production, and all terminals crimp with TE-designed application tooling.

PLASTI-GRIP terminals are available in ring, spade and flanged tongue terminals, as well as parallel and butt splices in wire sizes ranging from 26 AWG to 2/0AWG (0.12 – 76 mm2). PLASTI-GRIP is UL listed and CSA certified, and has a maximum operating voltage of 600V and a maximum operating temperature up to 105 degrees Celsius.

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