Barron bridle-ring insulators

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Western Electrician

Chicago, IL, United States
vol. 25, no. 13, p. 180, col. 2

Barron Bridle-ring Insulators.


Bridle-ring insulators, designed for carrying groups of insulated wires to and along the walls of buildings and distributing them to subscribers' offices, are being placed on the market by the manufactures, James S. Barron & Co., 24-30 Hudson street, New York. These insulators are made of the best quality of drop-forged iron and are heavily enameled. The cut represents the ring approximately half size. It is claimed that new wires can be inserted and old wires removed readily from these insulators and without injury. The rings can be screwed into the most difficult places with the hand, and when desired can be unscrewed and used again for other work. Being strongly made, the manufacturers claim that they will last indefinitely. A small-sized enamel insulated screw-eye is also manufactured by James S. Barron & Co., which has a five-eighths-inch eye, but no opening at the top.





Keywords:Insulator : Patent : Bridle Ring
Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information:Design Patent: 31,861
Researcher:Elton Gish
Date completed:May 29, 2005 by: Elton Gish;