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Twist Type Wire Caps Connector Wire Nuts AWG 22-16 UL Listed Gray 500 pcs.

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Twist Type Wire Caps Connector Wire Nuts AWG 22-16 UL Listed Gray 500 pcs.

  • Easy Practical: Cone-shaped springs pull wires into wire caps.
  • Quickly: Great for connecting wires without soldering, just push the stripped conductors into the wire cap and screw on.
  • Safety Durable: Wire connectors grab the wires firmly and make a solid connection, Spring inserts flame retardant housing with good insulation and minimum aging.
  • Applicable Wire: 22-16 AWG (Min. 2#20, Max. 1#16 w/1#18 w/1#20)
  • Package includes 500 Pcs Gray wire connectors.


  • UL486C Listed and CSA 22.2 No188 Certified.
  • Tough thermoplastic, UL94V-2 flame-retardant shell.
  • Five color-coded to industry standards.
  • Voltage Rating:600VMax. Building wiring; 1000V Max. in fixtures and signs.
  • Color: Gray
  • Connector Type: Twist
  • Finish Type: UL94V-2 flame-retardant shell
  • Gauge: 18-10
  • Insulation Material Type: Thermoplastic

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