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Exothermic Connections for Bonding to Building Steel
Exothermic Connections for Bonding to Building Steel

Mold Part No. Connection Weld Metal Handle Clamp
UltraShot NUWTUBE
Add to BOM ◆ VA6B #6 Conc. to Building Steel US45 - MH1
Add to BOM ◆ VA6B #6 Conc. to Building Steel - NUWTUBE45 MH1
Add to BOM ◆ VA4B #4 Conc. to Building Steel US45 - MH1
Add to BOM ◆ VA4B #4 Conc. to Building Steel - NUWTUBE45 MH1
Add to BOM ◆ VA2B #2 Conc. to Building Steel US45 - MH1
Add to BOM ◆ VA2B #2 Conc. to Building Steel - NUWTUBE45 MH1
Add to BOM ◆ BCF61.5016B #6 Conc. to SRG US25 - MH1
Add to BOM ◆ BCF61.5016B #6 Conc. to SRG - NUWTUBE25 MH1
Add to BOM ◆ BCF41.5016B #4 Conc. to SRG US32 - MH1
Add to BOM ◆ BCF41.5016B #4 Conc. to SRG - NUWTUBE32 MH1
Add to BOM ◆ BCF21.5016B #2 Conc. to SRG US32 - MH1
Add to BOM ◆ BCF21.5016B #2 Conc. to SRG - NUWTUBE32 MH1
◆ BOM = Bill of Materials
• For low smoke requirements, a USSXKIT is required to convert standard
UltraShot molds into low smoke-no flame molds using UltraShot weld metal only.

Exothermic Connections for Bonding to Building Steel
All columns within and at perimeter of the computer room shall be bonded to the SRG using a
concentric stranded copper conductor. #6 AWG 7 strand copper is the most common conductor used
for this application. The cable should take the shortest path between the building steel and
the Signal Reference Grid.






CERTIFICATE OF RoHS COMPLIANCE
According to Directive: 2002/95/EC, 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2)
Exothermic Connections for Bonding to Building Steel
To whom it may concern,

The above part is hereby certified to be in compliance of the European directive 2002/95/EC, 2011/65EU or its exemption(s) for restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS 2).

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