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American Electrical Publishes New Video about how to Properly Size and Install a Cable Grip

Tom McCormick, President and CEO of American Electrical, Inc. explains how to properly size and install a cable grip.Â-  American Electrical offers three types of thread choices  NPT, Metric and PG.  The next decision in sizing a cable grip is to determine the cable diameter - once this is done a cable grip can be chosen and installed easily to provide protection against...

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Hose Strain Relief Kit is available for hose reels.
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Hose Strain Relief Kit is available for hose reels.

Available for hand crank and motorized reels with hose IDs from Â-½–1½ in., Coxreels® Hose Strain Relief Kit protects hose fittings and connections from potential damage. Clamp takes on force from over-extended hose during use and protects hose fittings and connections at riser from excessive tension. With this mounted kit, hose remains secured against drum and allows...

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Manual Wedge Grips meet Nadcap requirements.
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Manual Wedge Grips meet Nadcap requirements.

Available in 22,000 and 56,000 lbf capacities, Manual Wedge Grips are suitable for tensile tests on composites, metals, and plastics over temperature range of -112 to +482°F. Grips incorporate moving body, driven by worm gear drive, which closes jaw faces together in self-centering action to clamp specimen. Symmetrical construction of grip body provides even clamping of specimen under load....

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Liquid Tight Cordgrips come in straight-thru and pigtail designs.
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Liquid Tight Cordgrips come in straight-thru and pigtail designs.

Heyco®-Tite Straight-Thru Snap-In-2® Liquid Tight Cordgrips handle flexible cords with .065-1.000 in. dia, while Pigtail versions are suitable for .065-.709 in. dia cords. Both products fit panels from .062-.125 in. thick. Providing liquid tight strain relief protection, they ensure IP 65 and IP 67 seal, have 94V-2 flammability rating, and operate over -22°F to +212°F...

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AutomationDirect Adds Wiring Cord Grips to Wire Management Products Offering
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AutomationDirect Adds Wiring Cord Grips to Wire Management Products Offering

AutomationDirect has extended its line of Bryant wiring devices to include wire and cable grips, strain reliefs, support grips, and pull grips. Bryant cord strain relief grips are used to connect cable enclosures and industrial equipment and prevent cable pullout at the point of termination. When used in conjunction with bus drop support grips and safety springs, the devices are an integral part...

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Cable Tray Connector features stainless steel finish.
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Cable Tray Connector features stainless steel finish.

Available in 316L stainless steel for use in corrosive and exterior environments, FS 41 FASTRUT Connector secures wire mesh tray to strut channel framing without bolts, nuts, or clamps. Unit snaps into place and is held secure by spring steel materials and locking edge design. Connector attaches any size wire cable tray to channel framing using 2 connectors for 12 in. tray or narrower and 3...

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Innerduct Pulling Eyes are made from chrome-plated steel.
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Innerduct Pulling Eyes are made from chrome-plated steel.

Available in sizes ranging from 1-2.5 in. in length, Innerduct Pulling Eyes (Model 61510) feature threaded body that provides secure attachment to innerduct conduit. Hole in threaded end of pulling eye body provides tie-off of innerduct pulling line or tape, ensuring that unit is not lost during pulling operation. Also available with swiveling head-end and hex feature, pulling eyes can...

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Molex Drives Safety and Improved Productivity for Utility Companies with Woodhead® Lighting and Electrical Products

Exhibit highlights a wide range of Woodhead portable lighting and electrical devices for use in hazardous duty and wet locations LISLE, IL - OCTOBER 6, 2008 - Molex Incorporated (NASDAQ: MOLX AND MOLXA), announces that its NECA 2008 exhibit (Booth #217) will feature an array of its Automation and Electrical Products (AEP) Division products designed to drive improved productivity and worker safety...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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