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Liquid-Tight, 0°-90° Connectors have non-metalic design.

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January 24, 2013 - Multi-angle swivel-type connectors 480-NMLTS and 481-NMLTS feature nylon construction resistant to salt water, weak acids, gasoline, alcohol, oil, grease, and common solvents. Design negates need for disassembly; installation is accomplished by pushing onto conduit or tubing and tightening sealing nut. While 480-NMLTS connectors comes in ½ in. KO size and ½ in. NPT, 481-NMLTS connectors com in ¾ in. KO size and ¾ in. NPT.

Bridgeport Fittings, Inc.

705-TA Lordship Blvd., Stratford, CT, 06497, USA

Original Press Release

Bridgeport Introduces Non-Metallic, Multi-Angle, Liquid-Tight Connectors

Press release date: January 21, 2013

LNMFC units are resistant to salt water, acids, oil and grease and many common solvents

STRATFORD, Conn. – Bridgeport Fittings has introduced non-metallic, multi-angle (0-to-90 degrees), liquid-tight connectors. The new swivel-type connectors (480-NMLTS and 481-NMLTS) are made of nylon construction that resists salt water, weak acids, gasoline, alcohol, oil, grease and many common solvents.

With the Bridgeport connectors, no disassembly is required. The 480-NMLTS (1/2-inch KO size and 1/2-inch NPT) connectors install by pushing the connector onto the conduit or tubing and tightening the sealing nut. The 481-NMLTS connectors come in a 3/4-inch KO size and 3/4-inch NPT.

Both connectors are cULus Listed.

Bridgeport Fittings is a leading supplier of quality fittings to the industrial, commercial and residential channels of the electrical industry. Nearly three-quarters of Bridgeport’s product volume is manufactured in the U.S.

For more information, contact: Bridgeport Fittings, Inc., 705 Lordship Blvd., Stratford, CT 06615; Tel: (203) 377-5944; Fax: (203) 381-3488; or visit http://www.bptfittings.com.

Media contact: Harry McBrien, Maier True Communication, (860) 677-4581; harry@maier.com

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