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#115483 - 11/02/03 09:42 AM 5/0 Staples?
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Have you ever seen 5/0 cable?
The box actually contained a mixture of 4/0 SEU and SER staples.

Fred

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#115484 - 11/02/03 06:48 PM Re: 5/0 Staples?
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Would these staples be used on mineral-insulated cable?

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#115485 - 11/03/03 03:49 PM Re: 5/0 Staples?
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The website lists that part number as '#4/0 Type SE, Style SEU (.855 x 1.500)'
http://www.minerallac.com/Insulated.htm

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#115486 - 11/03/03 05:58 PM Re: 5/0 Staples?
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I know it was a typo. I just thought it was funny.

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#115487 - 11/05/03 04:35 PM Re: 5/0 Staples?
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Actually, they are called "5-0" and are used only in Hawaii.

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