Gould & Watson trolley insulator

[Trade Journal]

Publication: The Electrical Engineer

New York, NY, United States
vol. 10, no. 136, p. 659, col. 1


TRADE NOTES AND NOVELTIES

AND MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT.


 

ANOTHER FORM OF THE GOULD AND WATSON

TROLLEY LINE WIRE INSULATOR.

 

We illustrated in our issue of November 22nd a new form of clip, manufactured by the Gould and Watson Company, of Boston, for use on trolley line insulators. This week we illustrate another form of the same kind of clip as applied to a bell insulator. As will be seen, the clip is used both for the span wire and trolley wire. The bell, with the span wire clip, is first made fast to the span wire be means of the bushing, and then the trolley wire is inserted into the bottom clip, and by means of the nut, which has a right and left hand thread, it is securely fastened in its place. The action is extremely simple and effective, and it can be applied to any line with the greatest ease.

 

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Keywords:Gould & Watson Company : Trolley Insulator : Need Image
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:February 1, 2011 by: Bob Stahr;