Split Couplings connect conduit in tight spaces.

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Featuring protruding compression mechanism, Split Couplings allow 2 pieces of conduit to be connected in tight spots where channel locks are difficult to use. Whether conduit runs are installed side-by-side, or tight against wall, ceiling, or other obstruction, installations only require adjustable wrench.



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T&B Split Couplings Make Easy Work of Conduit Retrofits in Tight Spaces



MEMPHIS, Tennessee, September 28, 2004 - Thomas & Betts new T&B Split Couplings are the ideal product to use when connecting two pieces of conduit in tight spots where channel locks are difficult to use on a traditional three-piece coupling. Whether your conduit runs are installed side-by-side, tight against a wall, ceiling or other obstruction, installations are fast and only require an adjustable wrench. The split design construction, with its protruding compression mechanism, allows two pieces of conduit to be connected quickly, even in a tight spot. MRO and commercial contractors can use these couplings to simplify rigid conduit retrofits in confined spaces where traditional coupling use is problematic. T&B Split Couplings solve problems for contractors, making their job easier and more productive. T&B Split Couplings are UL514B listed.

For more information on T&B Split Couplings, call Thomas & Betts Customer Service at 800-816-7809 or send requests by email with name, mailing address and telephone number to producthotline@tnb.com.

Thomas & Betts Corporation (www.tnb.com) (NYSE:TNB) is a leading designer and manufacturer of connectors and components for electrical and communication markets. The company is also a leading producer of industrial heating units and a leading producer of steel structures used, among other things, for utility transmission. Headquartered in Memphis, Tenn., the company has manufacturing, distribution and office facilities worldwide. In 2003, Thomas & Betts reported revenues of $1.3 billion.

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