Butt Splice Connectors
Butt splice connectors are commonly used to connect or splice two wires together to lengthen, change, or repair an electrical circuit. WiringProducts carries 5 types of butt splices - non-insulated or bare butt splices, vinyl insulated butt splices, nylon insulated butt splices, heat shrink butt splices, and high temperature butt splices. All of our butt splice connectors are made from tin plated copper for maximum conductivity and holding strength, except for the high temperature splices which are made from nickel plated steel to handle temperatures up to 900°F. With a maximum voltage rating of 600 volts, our butt splice connectors are suitable for any electrical requirement including automotive, marine, commercial, and industrial applications. Please watch our video detailing our selection of butt splices.
Non-insulated butt splice connectors. For 22 to 10 gauge wire. Manufactured from tin plated copper. Can be soldered or crimped. Made in the USA.
Vinyl insulated butt splice connectors. Rated to 600 volts. Color coded PVC insulation. For wire sizes ranging from 22 gauge to 8 gauge. Made in the USA.
Nylon insulated butt splice connectors. Better quality insulation and performance than vinyl butt splices. For 22-10 gauge wire sizes. 300 Volt max rating.
Heat shrink insulated butt splices with adhesive for splicing and sealing electrical connections. use with 22-10 gauge wire. Made in the USA.
High Temperature steel butt splices are specially designed for high heat applications where other splices will fail. Manufactured in the USA.
Non-insulated butt splices designed for use with larger wire sizes ranging from 8 awg to 3/0 awg. Made from tin plated copper. Can be soldered or crimped.