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MODEL NO. HN4-18A HARD NOSE RUNNING BOARD

Can be used with any S + R bundle blocks.

The Sherman + Reilly Model HN Series Running Boards are designed to work “hand-in-glove” with all Sherman + Reilly Bundle Blocks: 2-conductor, 3-conductor, 4-conductor, or 3-conductor offset.

Key Features

Design

Unique counterweight/gator tail provides contact with the center of the block at the same instant the whole board starts the initial lift, eliminating the shock of the counterweight against the center of the block. The tail folds under the board with absolute restraint of any movement above the horizontal line of the Running Board.

Configuration

Equipped with swivels for pulling line and conductor. Please note: when ordering, specify whether swivels need to be furnished or if they will be installed in the field.

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MODEL NO. HN4-18A HARD NOSE RUNNING BOARD

OVERVIEW

 

Sherman + Reilly Hard Nose Running Boards are designed with features to meet the extreme demands of present day transmission stringing projects. Pulling at high speeds in rough terrain causes severe shock on both the Running Board and the blocks.

Our unique counterweight/gator tail provides contact with the center of the block at the same instant the whole board starts the initial lift. This eliminates the shock of the counterweight against the center of the block. The tail folds under the board with absolute restraint of any movement above the horizontal line of the Running Board.

The Sherman + Reilly Hard Nose series Running Boards are designed to work hand-inglove with all S+R bundle blocks: two conductor, three conductor, three conductor offset, four conductor and now six conductor configurations. This allows for a completely integrated bundle block stringing system. S+R running boards work effectively on tangents, on heavy breakovers, on angles, with floating pulling lines and with uneven conductor loading. This makes the difference between a smooth-running stringing operation and a costly, troublesome one.