Press Release Summary:
- Features built-in STAB-IT® cable clamps and designed for pulling wires through from MC cable to conduit
- Offers quick and easy way to transition from flexible armored cable to conduit before entering circuit panel
- Includes 21 clamps to hold up to 42 MC cables
Original Press Release:
RACO Introduces the Dugout Transition Box
South Bend, Indiana April 28, 2020 - RACO introduces the Dugout box, designed for pulling wires through from MC cable to conduit. It offers the quickest and easiest way to transition from flexible armored cable to conduit before entering a circuit panel. RACO, part of Hubbell's Commercial Construction brands, provides innovative electrical products to commercial, institutional and residential markets.
Designed specifically for commercial applications, RACO's new Dugout box builds on the success of the Grand Slam box. Just as in baseball, hitting a grand slam is spectacular but you still have to bring it on home. The Dugout box is a wiring trough that provides flexibility, space and labor savings for transitioning from a number of circuits in MC cables to conduit for entering a circuit breaker box.
The model SC082006STRC Dugout box features built-in STAB-IT® cable clamps, RACO's unique design which is field-proven 3x faster than traditional MC connectors. These clamps quickly and securely install flex, MC, MCI, MCI-A, HCF and AC cables. The 21 included STAB-IT clamps to hold up to 42 MC cables. Four concentric knockouts are provided for connecting conduit.
RACO's transition pull-through box ships with a surface mount cover and a ground bar for quicker termination of grounds. Suitable for wall or ceiling mounting. This new UL Listed product provides electrical contractors an effective way to reduce installation time while resulting in a cleaner installation.
Designed and assembled in the USA, the RACO Dugout Box will be available by May 2020. Find more information at www.hubbell.com.
About Hubbell Commercial Construction
Hubbell's Commercial Construction business includes a suite of five brands that manufacture innovative, high-quality and cost-effective electrical products for a broad range of applications, including residential, commercial, industrial, OEM and MRO. RACO produces electrical boxes and fittings. TayMac creates "while in use" covers for outdoor electrical. Bell is the name contractors know for weatherproof boxes and covers. Wiegmann offers a complete line of electrical enclosures. Acme Electric manufactures power conversion and conditioning equipment.
Hubbell Incorporated is an international electrical and electronics manufacturer. The company's history of electrical innovation extends back to 1888. Founder Harvey Hubbell invented the pull chain light switch and the duplex receptacle. Corporate headquarters are located in Shelton, Connecticut.
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