Fluid Conduits and Ducts

Duct Systems are made of CPVC.

Corzan(R) CPVC duct systems exhaust volatile fumes and exhibit resistance to chemical attack. Manufactured in pipe sizes from 6 to 24 in. diameters, ducting offers working temperature of 200 deg F and fire resistant properties. It can be connected with fume scrubbers or other emission control equipment. Applications include pulp and paper, metals finishing, water and wastewater treatment,...

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Flexible Conduit is designed for computer power wiring.
Electrical Conduits and Ducts

Flexible Conduit is designed for computer power wiring.

Type CBLA electrical flexible conduit is liquid-tight with flame-retardant jacket. It is available in trades sizes from 3/8 through 4 in. with inside bend radii from 2 to 12 in. Type CBLA is suited for temperature ranges from -20° to 60°C. Flexible inner core is made from spiral wound strip of heavy gauge, hot-dipped galvanized steel. Jacketing material is flexible PVC.

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Systems provide routing of fiber optic cable.
Electrical Conduits and Ducts

Systems provide routing of fiber optic cable.

FIBERRUNNER(TM) 4x4 and 12x4 Routing Systems are designed to route, segregate, and protect fiber optic cabling between and around distribution frames, terminal devices and splice enclosures. They handle large capacity requirements and hinged and split covers, enabling access to cable for moves, adds and changes. Systems incorporate QUIKLOCK(TM) Couplers and Mounting Brackets, which allow each...

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Liquid-Tight Conduit suits continuous flexing applications.
Conduits and Ducts

Liquid-Tight Conduit suits continuous flexing applications.

Nonmetallic Type LNM-P will not wear from repeated flexing or vibration. Made of flame-retardant PVC, it resists oils, mild acids, and exposure to sunlight, and works in temperatures from -20°C to 60°C. Applications include cable carriers and industrial robots. It is available in trade sizes from 3/8 through 2 in. Conduit is CSA certified, UL listed, and meets Section 17.8 of...

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