Publication: Electrical Review
New York, NY, United States
DUNTON & FIELD, 117 Main street, Cambridge, Mass., have some new literature describing and illustrating the Dunton tree insulator. This insulator can be used on any electric lighting, telephone, telegraph, railroad or fire-alarm wire running through trees. The metal part of the insulator is of malleable iron, and the arm swings on a sleeve which is lag-screwed to the limb of a tree and turns in a cone-shaped casting pivoted to the lower end of the arm. This allows the glass to be placed in a vertical position at all times when tied to the wire.
|Keywords:||Dunton & Field|
|Date completed:||November 11, 2012 by: Elton Gish;|