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Steel Fixture Whips target various electrical applications.
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March 19, 2010 - Pre-assembled flexible metal whips are suited for lighting fixture installation as well as many other electrical equipment uses. They consist of 6 ft of UL-listed flexible metal conduit, stranded THHN wire with 6 in. leads, and internal, zinc die-cast fittings with steel locknuts. Standard sizes include 12, 14, and 18 ga wire and multiple color configurations. Products are also available in aluminum as well as jacketed metallic or non-metallic Liquatite® conduits.

Electri-Flex Introduces NEW Product: Flexible Metal Pre-Assembled Whips


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Electri-Flex Co.
222 W. Central Ave.
Roselle, IL, 60172 1994
USA



Press release date: March 8, 2010

Electri-Flex Company has just released a new line of steel fixture whips that are being introduced initially in the Midwest. Plans for national distribution will be announced at a later date. These flexible metal, pre-assembled whips can be used for lighting fixture installation, as well as many other electrical equipment uses. Fixture whips help reduce jobsite labor and material costs. They consist of six feet of UL listed flexible metal conduit, stranded THHN wire with 6" leads, and internal, zinc die-cast fittings with steel locknuts. Standard sizes include 12, 14 and 18 gauge wire and multiple color configurations. Solid conductors and snap-in connectors available upon request.

Fixture Whips are also available in aluminum as well as jacketed metallic or non-metallic Liquatite® conduits. Custom configurations are available upon request. Quantities are offered in 25 piece cartons or 250 piece drums. Fixture whips are made per NEC requirements unless otherwise specified and are UL listed under Wiring Assemblies (QQYX) category.

To receive further product information or to order a copy of the NEW Fixture Whip Spec Sheet, please email Marketing at mktg@electriflex.com. Electri-Flex Company, a leader in electrical conduit design and manufacture for more than 50 years, produces Liquatite®, the most diverse line of liquidtight flexible electrical conduits in the industry. The company offers custom design, engineering, quality assurance and testing capabilities. For more information on Electri-Flex Company, call (630) 529-2920 or (800) 323-6174; fax: (630) 529-0482; e-mail: mktg@electriflex.com; visit: electriflex.com; or write: 222 West Central Avenue, Roselle, IL 60172-1994.
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