Security Sealing Wires And Ferrules

SKU:
WF-001

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Description

A PROVEN SECURITY SEALING SYSTEM FOR UTILITY METERS. DEVELOPED BY MAUN TO EXCEED EXACTING REGULATORY DEMANDS.

Ensure a high-security, tamper-proof seal. Use Maun’s multi-strand wire cable, crimped securely into our cylindrical or flag ferrules using our proprietary meter sealing pliers.

Seal withstands a minimum 400 N tensile load, exceeding MOCOPA requirements.

Benefits

  • Track record of success in utility industry, both in UK and international markets.
  • Code imprinted on ferrule uniquely identifies company and operator.
  • Crimped ferrules comfortably exceed MOCOPA performance requirements.
  • Enhanced security of flag ferrules imprinted by Maun with company identifier.
  • Secure record keeping at Maun, supporting company and industry data base.

Features

  • Designed from the bottom up as an integrated security system.
  • Up to 8 characters can be imprinted on a ferrule.
  • Ferrules crimped with a Maun tool withstand a minimum 400 N tensile load.
  • Meter sealing tool design minimises operator error and allows one-handed operation.
  • Wires and ferrules are tin plated for longevity.

Specifications

Multi-strand Sealing Wire

  • 100 mm to 200 mm lengths, sold packed in bags of 100 or loose in boxes of 5000.
  • 100 m reels.

Cylindrical Ferrules

  • Made in England.
  • Maximum characters per ferrule: 6 (6 mm ferrule), 8 (12 mm ferrule).
  • Sold packed in bags of 100 or loose in boxes of 5000.

Flag Ferrules

  • Made in England.
  • Flag imprinted with company identifier.
  • Maximum characters per ferrule: 8 (8 mm ferrule).
  • Sold packed in bags of 100.

For UK customers, only available to *MOCOPA approved and authorised installers.

For export customers, contact us. We will verify the regulations in your country.

* Meter Operation Code of Practice Agreement (MOCOPA®).

Extra Information

Unique code:
Up to 8 characters
MOCOPA approved:
> 400 N load
Enhanced security:
Encoded flag