Zareba® Small Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator - 1-Pack

CA$2.29
Model
WP1933
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  • Use to attach electrified wire to post without losing energy through the post
  • Designed for use with wood posts
  • Can be used with all fence wire, including high tensile, polyrope and poly ape

Zareba® Small Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator

Prevent electrical shorts with the help of this Zareba® Small Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator. This lag screw insulator is made from durable ceramic and is designed to prevent electricity from flowing out of the fence into the post, ensuring that your electric fence operates at full capacity. Designed with durability and strength in mind, this lag screw insulator works with high tensile fence systems.

galvanized wire thick insulation

Secure Wooden Posts

Attach your fence wire to wooden posts with this small ceramic insulator. While wood itself is nonconductive, water does conduct electricity, and if your fence posts become damp or wet, energy from the fence may be transmitted into or through the post. Insulators help to prevent the loss of energy in this fashion.

Usable With Any Fence Wire

This ceramic lag screw insulator is suitable for use with traditional fence wire including high-tensile, polywire, polyrope, and 1/2" and 1" polytape. Simply screw the Zareba® Lag Screw into the fence and feed the wire through the ceramic head. The head acts as a barrier between the wood and the wire, preventing any possible transmission of electricity through the wood.

use with any fence wire

Zareba® Small Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator Product Details

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Zareba® Small Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator
Model # WP1933
Material Ceramic
Post Type Wood
Count Per Box 1
Zareba® Small Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator
Model # WP1933
Material Ceramic
Quantity 1 per pack
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