Deadend Assemblies

Engineered to outperform.

PUPI® deadends are engineered to outperform and outlast wood and other composite beams. With proven performance in every climate, PUPI deadend assemblies provide high strength and uniformity to give you the most reliable deadend available today. Our time proven technology assures that your deadend assembly will exhibit best-in-class weathering protection and superior longevity. Deadends are delivered fully assembled to your drill specifications and are ready to be installed.

 

Utilities large and small choose PUPI products for their strength, durability, and value. PUPI deadends are built for the long haul and provide ultimate confidence in your overhead distribution systems.

Deadend Assemblies

PUPI crossarms are designed for custom specifications or in standard RUS patterns and tested per ASTM-8019 (as shown in the table below). PUPI offers the largest selection of Rural Utilities Service (RUS) accepted fiberglass composite crossarm and deadend assemblies in the industry. Click here for a list of RUS accepted products.

Deadend Crossarms Series
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Load Capacity Per Wire, 4 Wires
Assembly Weight
5500 LB
59 LBS
6000 LB
67 LBS
10000 LB
73 LBS
20000 LB
134 LBS
11750 LB
99 LBS
096E4B7XDownload PDF
Load Capacity Per Wire, 4 Wires
Assembly Weight
5500 LB
65 LBS
6000 LB
66 LBS
9250 LB
81 LBS
18500 LB
149 LBS
11750 LB
112 LBS
120E4B9XDownload PDF
Load Capacity Per Wire, 4 Wires
Assembly Weight
--4500 LB
73 LBS
8000 LB
89 LBS
15750 LB
166 LBS
11500 LB
126 LBS
144E4SPXDownload PDF

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