Premier Hot Top Insulator
This insulator combines strength, safety and appearance. It covers the sharp-edged top of steel T posts and holds rope, braid, twine, wire and 1/2" tape.
It can also be used as a cover for tops of steel T posts anywhere along fence line to help protect injury risk to livestock or horses. Will fit on T posts facing either way.
How to Use
- Line up the grooves on inside of insulator with top of T post.
- Tap the insulator down into place.
- If using a conductor, thread conductor through hole.
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.
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Rebecca M from Illinois
I love these. I had ordered just a few the first time to see if I liked them better than the yellow farmstore ones. I did! I like how it was on top of the fence and not just one one side. Also I found the yellow ones in a couple of years tended to break down and these did not. I just got done ordering more and in the spring I plan on ordering more. The goal is to eventually replace the yellow ones with these. Very happy in the product.
Roselyn J from Texas
Works great. Using heavy duty T-posts. Line internal slots up with bumps on front and also the back spline (opposite of the bumpy front side). Tap firmly and it slides right on securely. Definitely recommend.
Allan M from California
Super good, durable and good looking insulator. We have managed to get them to work on all t-posts. In some cases with very heavy, very light, or sheared t posts that have had the top end disfigured by a shear that needs to be sharpened in the factory, it can take a little bit of wiggling and pressure. Look underneath to make sure everything lines up if you are having problems. Sometimes you will have to slide it a bit forward or back to get it on.
Virginia P from New Hampshire
I had to modify these to fit on my heavy duty farm store T posts by chiseling out some of the inside flanges.
Gail G from Michigan
It's back to the drawing board on this product. These do not fit the steel T-posts. The inside of the ring does not match up with the top of the post. The directions say to tap lightly down on the cap. You have to mash the cap down hard to get it to stay, thereby obliterating the clip at the top for a hot wire. Luckily, I don't plan on adding a hot wire so it does not matter that I smashed the clip on top.