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The New Solid Ground Extension Cord Technology Will Revolutionize the Extension  Cord Industry, Save Construction Companies Money, and Eliminate OSHA Safety Violations.

Anchored, solid ground pin for construction grade extension cords. 
50ft. Inline GFCI Extension Cords
12#, 15 Amp GFCI, 125 Volts
Extension Cords
10, 25, 50, 100 ft.  12/3.
15 Amp, 125 Volts,
NEMA 5-15P
Power Cords
20 ft , Oil, Water and flame Resistant PVC Jacket
The Solid Ground CONSTRUCTION GRADE, HEAVY DUTY, LONG-LASTING extension cords have saved our clients at least 50% per year on extension cord expenses, simply because the companies are not repairing or replacing the extension cord as often. Our clients report that their power tools are operating at peak performance and last longer when our extension cords are used.
7 Key Ingredients Necessary For Any Construction Grade Extension Cord 
How the New Solid Ground Extension Cord Technology Will Revolutionize the Extension Cord Industry, Save Construction Companies Money, and Eliminate OSHA Safety Violations. 
1. An Anchored, Solid Ground Pin 
The number one problem with extension cords is the conventional ground pin. Its weak design is responsible for the ground pin detaching from the plug, often within a few weeks of purchase. 
Three “construction grade” extension cords all with missing ground pins.
Anchored, solid ground pin versus conventional, hollow ground pin.
Remember: the ground pin is the safety lifeline on any extension cord. No worker should ever use a cord without a ground pin.

2. Solid Blades That Are Crimped And Soldered Onto The Electrical Conductors.
In order to increase durability and electrical connectivity, every construction grade extension  cord should be equipped with solid blades that are both crimped and soldered onto the  electrical conductors.

Solid blades that are crimped and soldered to the conductors.
Thin, easily bendable, folded blades versus solid blades.
3. Heavy Duty Jacket Retention Device Built Inside the Plug Ends
Today’s jacket retention devices are ineffective at preventing the jacket from separating from  the plug housing. When the jacket separates from the housing the conductors are exposed,  creating an unsafe working condition for the construction worker.
Conventional extension cord showing jacket separation from the plug due to an insufficient
jacket retention device.  
Comparison of jacket retention device (Red Ring) versus conventional cord with inadequate
retention technology.
With this new anchored ground pin and jacket retention technology now available, there is no excuse for repairing and replacing cords every 30 days, and there is no excuse for receiving a safety violation from OSHA for a broken
ground pin or a separated jacket EVER again!
4. A 12/3 Extension Cord With A Minimum SJT00W Outer Cord Jacket And Inner Insulating Conductor Jackets To Combat Untimely Jacket Degredation

Conventional extension cord with a split SJTW jacket due to jacket degradation.
Individual conductors insulated with SJTOOW Jacketing.
The figure above shows two extension cords left in a gravel driveway and driven over by cars and pick-up trucks over different periods of time. The yellow extension cord has a SJTW jacket and shows the damage caused by two months of outside exposure and 200 vehicles driving over it.

The green Solid Ground Extension Cord shows no cord damage after seven months and 1000 vehicles driving over it. The premium PVC SJTOOW jacket is much more durable than the SJTW jacket and is well worth the added cost. The SJTOOW jacket can also endure temperatures up to 221 degrees Fahrenheit, while the SJTW jacket is rated only up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

5. A Ground Light Indicator and A Normal Polarity Light Indicator
Every Solid Ground construction grade extension cord is equipped with a patent-pending Ground Light Indicator (GLI)  and a Normal Polarity Light Indicator (NPLI)
Ground Light Indicator
Normal Polarity Light Indicator

6. Full Surface Area Coverage Receptacles On The Female End Of The Extension Cord Plug 
This feature maximizes amperage provided to the expensive power tools plugged into the  cords. Many inexpensive “contractor grade” extension cords have very little blade area  coverage on the receptacle contact clips of the female end of the cord where power tools are  plugged in.
Female end of inexpensive
extension cord showing lack of metal.
Receptacle clip covering about 15%
of the incoming power tool blade

Female end of the Solid Ground
extension cord showing plenty of metal blade receptacle for incoming power tool blades.

Solid Ground receptacle clip with
100% surface area coverage for incoming
power tool blade.

Final comparison of partial clip versus full blade surface area coverage clip.
7. Affordable
Cheaply made, inexpensive extension cords DO NOT equal economic savings for construction companies and certainly do not mean construction grade, durable, or long lasting. To the contrary, these inferior cords are costing construction companies at least six times the original price of the inexpensive extension cord on an annual basis.

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