Our Line Guard Additional Rollers are purchased by customers that either want to add more length to their original Line Guard kit or have other applications where they want a spinning roller on a line (such as a guy wire). In rare cases, rollers might have been damaged during initial installation, so a backup set is useful in that case. Without the correct number of rollers (at least 5 rollers), some animals can jump the system (original length is 5 feet), which could potentially result in an animal-caused power outage. If you would like to have a lengthened segment of protection via additional rollers or a backup to ensure continuous protection of your powerlines year-round, Critter Guard can help through our Line Guard Additional Rollers.
The Line Guard Additional Rollers package includes 10 roller halves, which form 5 complete rollers. Each roller is 12 inches in length, which results in a 5-foot long assembly once installed. The Line Guard Additional Rollers provides the correct number of rollers, (5 rollers), to protect one powerline or lengthen the area of protection on other powerlines with an existing Line Guard kit. At Critter Guard, we want to ensure the protection of your powerlines through our products. By offering our Line Guard products and replacement/backup accessories, we can deter squirrels and animals from accessing your powerlines, which in return protects you from having an animal-caused power outage.
If you are interested in our Line Guard Additional Rollers, please reach out to us at email@example.com. We provide our products to customers in the United States and internationally, where monkeys, sloths, snakes, and other critters can cause power outages if powerlines and electrical equipment are not properly protected. For more information on the installation process, please see our safety notice below.
For overhead power line applications, Critter Guard recommends this product be installed by qualified power line technicians. This is not absolutely required, but is good practice. It is not required to de-power the line. Assure the conductor is properly insulated and not showing signs of wear or degradation. For Substation applications, position one end of the Line Guard approximately 5 feet outside the vertical perimeter of the substation fence. For other installations, position one end of the Line Guard approximately 2 feet from the power pole or vertical structure (i.e., building). DO NOT TOUCH LIVE TERMINALS or CONDUCTORS. Wear appropriate safety gloves.
Installation defects are specifically not covered under the company warranty and are the responsibility of the installer. The company’s liability for any damaged or defective product is limited to the value of the product sale only. No consequential or incidental claims will be accepted, including claims of improper installation or damage caused by improper installation. If in doubt, contact a qualified power line technician.
Please contact Critter Guard for volume orders or special shipping rates such as international shipments or overnight/air shipping.