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May 24, 2016 - STRATFORD, Conn. – What if a contractor pulled datacom wire for a ten-story building but had neglected to install the required bushings for each floor’s electrical enclosures? Sounds like a lot of time and money would have been wasted, right? Not if there was a perfect solution.

Thankfully, the electrician’s distributor remembered his training session with a member of Bridgeport’s “Team Done That” that dealt with just such a predicament. The distributor’s solution for the contractor was Bridgeport’s SB-386NM -- a split, insulated, plastic bushing used where wires have already been pulled through Rigid/IMC conduit or EMT fittings. “The Bridgeport solution saved everyone a ton of time and money,” remarked Rob Riley, the “Team Done That” licensed instructor.

Bridgeport’s Mighty-Rite® Nonmetallic Split Bushings have a durable snap-on, hinged design that adjusts and aligns easier, even in tight spots, requiring no installation tools. The bushing’s unique, self-aligning latching mechanism also allows one-hand installation, so the contractor can move onto to the next job faster. The bushings are internally threaded for use with either threaded conduit or conduit fittings.

Mighty-Rite cULus Listed Nonmetallic Split Bushings are part of Bridgeport’s full range of electrical solutions that can be found in the “Wall of Orange™” – a completely stocked selection of quality electrical fittings and innovative product solutions available from major electrical distributorships across the U.S. and Canada.

For more information about Bridgeport’s solutions that help contractors become more productive on the job site, contact: Bridgeport Fittings, Inc., 705 Lordship Blvd., Stratford, CT 06615; Tel: (203) 377-5944; Fax: (203) 381-3488; or visit Bridgeport’s Website at http://www.bptfittings.com.

Media contact: Harry McBrien, Maier True Communication, (860) 470-3127; harry@maier.com  

Bridgeport Fittings, Inc. - Stratford, CT

Original Press Release

Bridgeport's "Team Done That" Saves the Day for Electrical Contractor Faced with Having to Rewire a Ten-story Building Because of His Mistake

Press release date: May 17, 2016

STRATFORD, Conn. – What if a contractor pulled datacom wire for a ten-story building but had neglected to install the required bushings for each floor’s electrical enclosures? Sounds like a lot of time and money would have been wasted, right? Not if there was a perfect solution.

Thankfully, the electrician’s distributor remembered his training session with a member of Bridgeport’s “Team Done That” that dealt with just such a predicament. The distributor’s solution for the contractor was Bridgeport’s SB-386NM -- a split, insulated, plastic bushing used where wires have already been pulled through Rigid/IMC conduit or EMT fittings. “The Bridgeport solution saved everyone a ton of time and money,” remarked Rob Riley, the “Team Done That” licensed instructor.

Bridgeport’s Mighty-Rite® Nonmetallic Split Bushings have a durable snap-on, hinged design that adjusts and aligns easier, even in tight spots, requiring no installation tools. The bushing’s unique, self-aligning latching mechanism also allows one-hand installation, so the contractor can move onto to the next job faster. The bushings are internally threaded for use with either threaded conduit or conduit fittings.

Mighty-Rite cULus Listed Nonmetallic Split Bushings are part of Bridgeport’s full range of electrical solutions that can be found in the “Wall of Orange™” – a completely stocked selection of quality electrical fittings and innovative product solutions available from major electrical distributorships across the U.S. and Canada.

For more information about Bridgeport’s solutions that help contractors become more productive on the job site, contact: Bridgeport Fittings, Inc., 705 Lordship Blvd., Stratford, CT 06615; Tel: (203) 377-5944; Fax: (203) 381-3488; or visit Bridgeport’s Website at http://www.bptfittings.com.

Media contact: Harry McBrien, Maier True Communication, (860) 470-3127; harry@maier.com