C12-The C12 crimp sleeve is designed to join 14 or 16 gauge wire sizes. These sleeves are small and easy to work with.
C23-When 12.5 gauge wires are spliced together, three C23 gritted crimp sleeves are used to maintain the full strength of the wire. At end posts and in-line tightener ratchets, two C23 sleeves are normally used. When crimping the sleeve, put it into the tool slot marked 2-3 and compress it into a cylindrical shape. Do not split the sleeve into an 8 shape. Made in USA.
C2L-The gritted C2L sleeve is 70% longer than the C23 and requires at least two side by side crimps to achieve full strength. It can be used in place of the C23 sleeve in many applications. The C2L works especially well on Solidlock, Tightlock and other woven wire style fences because these fences are normally tightened to lower tensions. Use of the C2L in these applications saves money because you need only one sleeve per line splice versus two of the C23 size. For use with 16 – 12.5 gauge wire.
Made in USA.
C34-The C34 gritted crimp sleeve can be used for 10.5 gauge smooth wire or 14 – 15.5 gauge high-tensile barbed wire. When crimping the sleeve, put it into the tool slot marked 3-4 and compress it into a cylindrical shape. Do not split the sleeve into an 8 shape.
C45-This sleeve works well with 8 gauge smooth wire or 12.5 gauge barbed wire. Keep sleeves dry prior to using for best results. Use with any Kencove 4-slot crimp tool.
CT4- The open tap crimp sleeve is ideal for making permanent electrical connections on 12½ and 14 gauge wire. Do not use for connections requiring strength. The advantage is the open side which allows for installation onto existing high-tensile wire fence. A crimping tool is normally used to compress the open tap sleeve. Use the slot marked 3-4.