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High-Tensile Sleeves

Used to splice together or tie off high-tensile (HT) wire. Produces conductive joints that will take strain.

   

ITEM # DESCRIPTION AVAIL. WEIGHT PRICE QTY
339000 Sleeves for High-Tensile Wire (box of 100) In Stock 1.00 $39.00
339010 Hayes Sleeves for High-Tensile Wire (box of 100) In Stock 0.50 $24.75
339020 Hayes Sleeves for Barbed Wire (box of 50) In Stock 0.50 $20.75

Specs

High-Tensile and Hayes sleeves: 100/box.
Barbed sleeves: 50/box.

Benefits

Low cost option for splicing, terminating and making electrical connections on HT smooth and barbed wire.

How to Use

Hayes Sleeves:

    To make splices, use 2 sleeves.
    1. Slide both sleeves onto one side of wire to be spliced through one side of sleeve holes.
    2. Thread second wire to be spliced through other side of holes in sleeves. Overlap wires so there is enough space on wires for both sleeves.
    3. Use a crimping tool to crimp the sleeves closed.
    To make tie-offs, use 1 sleeve.
    1. Before terminating the HT wire, put sleeve in place on fence line.
    2. Bring end of HT wire around post, through an insulator if needed, and thread end of wire through remaining hole in sleeve.
    3. Use a crimping tool to crimp the sleeve closed.


High-Tensile Sleeves:
    To make splices in HT wire, use 3 sleeves.
    1. Slide all 3 sleeves onto one side of wire to be spliced through one side of sleeve holes.
    2. Thread second wire to be spliced through other side of holes in sleeves. Overlap wires so there is enough space on wires for all 3 sleeves.
    3. Use a crimping tool to crimp the sleeves closed.
    To make tie-offs in HT wire, use 2 sleeves.
    1. Before terminating the HT wire, slide both sleeves into place on fence line.
    2. Bring the end of HT wire around post, through an insulator if needed, and thread end of wire through remaining hole in sleeves.
    3. Use a crimping tool to crimp the sleeves closed.


Barbed Sleeves:
    1. To make a splice, use 2 sleeves. Slide both sleeves onto one side of wire through one side of sleeve holes.
    2. Thread second wire to be spliced through remaining set of holes in sleeves. Overlap wires so there is enough space on wires for both sleeves.
    3. Use a crimping tool to crimp the sleeves closed.

Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Item # 401100 - In Stock
$89.50
For squeezing (correct word is swaging) HT sleeves onto 12.5 gauge HT wires.
Item # 301210 - In Stock
$125.00
For use separately or with GreenCote woven wire. Coiled "catch-wound". Unwinds best as individual coils. A smooth wire HT fence is the lowest-cost permanent fence per year of useful life if installed correctly. It is simpler to install than woven wire.
Item # 301400 - In Stock
$105.00
A very effective barbed wire that is not affected by the amount of weeds or whether the soil is dry, wet or snow-covered. Install it right and you can forget it.
Item # 411400 - In Stock
$225.00
In terms of reliability, maintenance, cost, appearance, and risk of escape in all conditions year-round, this has been a nearly flawless multi-specie permanent boundary fence on our farms at Premier. We use it with 2 smooth strands above (1 at 40" that is electrified and 1 grounded at 46") and 2 offset electrified strands down low (8" and 28").
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