Drip Points


Drip points are small dimples placed along the end of an insulator’s outermost skirt in order to allow water droplets to very easily pool into one spot and “drip” off of the insulator. This allows an insulator to be used at higher powers in worse/wetter climates.

Drip points were invented by the [[ Hemingray Glass Company ]] in 1893.

Hemingray Drip Points Patent