Connecting copper-to-copper, copper-to-aluminum or
aluminum-to-aluminum conductors by using mechanical, nitrogen or hydraulic
tools with special dies. This reduces the burden of torquing the connection,
expedites the process when there are a lot of connections to be made and
results in a lower per unit cost.
A simple method to connect copper-to-copper, copper-to-aluminum or
aluminum-to-aluminum conductors by using hand tools that are typically
available in your tool box. Especially desirable when occasional use is the
A simple, efficient and permanent welded connection that fuses
copper-to-copper, or copper-to-steel, without need for an outside power force.