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Old 02-02-2009, 01:09 AM   #1
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Omniseal pro xl compression tool


We just got these compression tools at work and i was wondering how good are the ends? We have used thomas and betts before and cable pro ends and tools. Just wondering how well these hold up to water. We are using the omnoseal rg6 ends they say they are water proof just wondering if anyone has any input.

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Omniseal pro xl compression tool


I've used Ideal compression tools and ends. In damp environments, I would use some silicone in the connectors and shrink wrap right over the splice.

Any compression end should be better than twist or crimp.

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