Raceway features overlapping faceplates.

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Model SR600 Metallic Surface Raceway features Steel City? Nonmetallic Overlapping Faceplates for tamper resistance. Faceplates have one-piece design with 2-step latches for installation. They can accept 2 device plates for power and data connections and are suited for dual voltage applications featuring SR600 raceway with factory-installed voltage divider. Available in ivory or gray, faceplates are UL listed and CSA approved.



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Thomas & Betts Introduces Tamper-Resistant Steel City? Nonmetallic Overlapping Faceplates For Surface Raceway



MEMPHIS, Tenn. - May 23, 2005 - Thomas & Betts announces the introduction of its new Steel City? Nonmetallic Overlapping Faceplates for SR600 Metallic Surface Raceway. The new overlapping faceplates offer increased tamper resistance, an important feature for school and municipal building installations, which are primary applications for SR600 Raceway. In addition, the new faceplates feature a unique one-piece design with patented two-step latches for quick and easy installation. By eliminating the need for precise cuts on the raceway and eliminating loose parts that can be easily lost, Steel City Nonmetallic Overlapping Faceplates save commercial contractors valuable installation time. The faceplates can accept two device plates for power and data connections and are ideal for dual voltage applications featuring SR600 raceway with a factory-installed voltage divider.

Available in ivory or gray, the Steel City Nonmetallic Overlapping Faceplates are UL listed and CSA approved. For more information on Steel City Nonmetallic Overlapping Faceplates and the entire Steel City family of products, or to find a distributor, please visit www.tnb.com. To contact a local Thomas & Betts sales representative, please call (800) 816-7809.

Corporate Overview
Thomas & Betts Corporation (NYSE: TNB) is a leading designer and manufacturer of electrical connectors and components used in industrial, commercial, communications and utility markets. The company is also a leading producer of commercial heating units and highly engineered steel structures used, among other things, for utility transmission. Headquartered in Memphis, Tenn., the company has manufacturing, distribution and office facilities worldwide. In 2004, the company reported sales of $1.5 billion.

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