XP Flex Explosion-Proof Flexible Couplings-Hazardous Location
Suitable For Use With
EMT, IMC and Rigid Conduit
Rigid/IMC Conduit Fitting
Electro Zinc Plated
Hot Dipped Galvanzied
Zinc Plating with Clear Chromate Coating
1 -1/4 Inch
1 1/4 IN
1 1/4 Inch
1 to 1/2 Inch
1 to 3/4 Inch
1-1/2 to 1 Inch
1-1/2 to 1-1/4 Inch
1-1/2 to 1/2 Inch
1-1/2 to 3/4 Inch
1-1/4 to 1 Inch
1-1/4 to 1/2 Inch
1-1/4 to 3/4 Inch
2 1/2 IN
2 1/2 Inch
2 to 1 Inch
2 to 1-1/2 Inch
2 to 1-1/4 Inch
2 to 3/4 Inch
2-1/2 to 1-1/2 Inch
2-1/2 to 2 Inch
2-1/2 to 3 Inch
3 1/2 Inch
3 to 1 Inch
3 to 1-1/2 Inch
3 to 2 Inch
3-1/2 to 2 Inch
3/4 to 1 Inch
3/4 to 1/2 Inch
4 to 2 Inch
4 to 2-1/2 Inch
4 to 3 Inch
4.250 IN Length X 16.000 IN Width X 9.000 IN Depth
5.437 IN Height X 5.437 IN Width X 2.500 IN Depth
105 DEG C
1 to 1/2 in
1 to 3/4 in
1-1/2 to 1 in
1-1/2 to 1-1/4 in
1-1/2 to 3/4 in
1-1/4 to 1 in
1-1/4 to 1/2 in
1-1/4 to 3/4 in
1/2 to 3/8 in
2 to 1 in
2 to 1-1/2 in
2 to 1-1/4 in
2 to 1/2 in
2 to 3/4 in
2-1/2 to 2 in
3 to 2-1/2 in
3-1/2 to 3 in
3/4 to 1/2 in
3/8 in ; 16 mm
A Fitting for Connecting a Junction Box to a Conduit System
A Liquidtight Fitting to Secure Flexible Cord or Power Cable to a Box or Enclosure and Provide Strain Relief
Act as Pull Outlets, Provide Access to Conductors for Maintenance and Future System Changes
Allows for The Contraction and Expansion of a Conduit Run Without Reducing The Mechanical or Bonding Integrity of The Raceway
Bridges, Tunnels, Inter-Building Walkways, Docks and Piers and Wastewater and Water Treatment Facilities
Connecting Elements Between Enclosures, Fittings, or Boxes Which Permit Future Changes to the System In Both Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Areas
Fittings are Designed to Couple Pieces of Conduit Together that are Subject to Longitudinal Movement
For Quick Installation of Bonding Jumper to Multiple Metal Conduits (Rigid and IMC)
For Use with Armored Cable and Flexible Metal Conduit
For Use with Armored Cable and Flexible Metal Conduit.
For Use with EMT Conduit
For Use with Rigid/IMC Conduit
For Use with Rigid/IMC Conduits
For use with non-metallic cable
For use with rigid/IMC conduits
Hubs Provide Raintight Connections Between Junction Boxes or Between a Junction Box and Conduit System While Maintaining Ground Continuity.
Ideal for Connections and Strain Relief in Cramped Spaces
Ideal for Environments Where there is a Need to Run Multiple Cables Into an Enclosure and Space At The Enclosure is Limited.
Ideal for MRO and OEM Applications In Corrosive Environments Such As Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Processing Wash Down Area
Ideal for MRO and OEM Applications In Corrosive Environments Such As Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Processing Wash Down Area.
Indoor and Outdoor Use
Limits Flames and/or Explosions to Area within Electrical System Where They Originate
Provide a Means for Passing a Cord Cable Into an Enclosure Through a Bulkhead
Provides Bonding and Conductor Protection with Connectors
Provides High Gripping Strength for Adequate Cable Support and Strain Relief Without Damage to the Cable Sheath
Provides Mounting Surface for Conduit Where Installation Requires Air Space Between Conduit and Supporting Surface.
Seals Sections of Conduit Runs from Passage of Vapors, Flame, and Gases
Snaps Into a Regular Bushin to Make a UL Listed Insulated Bushing
Suitable for Use In Hazardous Locations In Class I, Div. 2; Class II, Div 1 & 2; Class III, Div 1 & 2, Where General Purpose Equipment is Specifically Permitted by NEC 500-2(A).
Suitable for Use In Hazardous Locations Where General Purpose Equipment is Specifically Permitted by NEC 501-4(B).
Suitable for Use In Hazardous Locations Where General Purpose Equipment is Specifically Permitted by The NEC; Class I, Div. 2; Class II, Div. 1 & 2, NEC 501-4(B); 502-4(A)(B); 503-3(A)(B).
Suitable for use in hazardous locations in Class I, Div. 2; Class II, Div 1 & 2; Class III, Div 1 & 2, where general purpose equipment is specifically permitted by NEC 500-2(a).
Suitable for use in hazardous locations where general purpose equipment is specifically permitted by NEC 501-4(b).
To Close Threaded Conduit Hubs
To Connect Flexible Cord to a Box or Enclosure and Provide Adequate Strain Relief.
To Connect Threaded Metal Conduit to a Threadless Opening in a Box or Enclosure
To Connect a Box to Conduit, Two Outlet Boxes, or Fixture Housings
To Connect and Effectively Bond Metal-Clad Cables, Armored Cable, and Flexible Metal Conduit to a Box or Enclosure
To Connect and Effectively Bond Threaded Rigid Metal Conduit/Intermediate Metal Conduit to a Box or Enclosure, or to Couple Ends of Threaded Conduit
To Couple and Effectively Bond Threaded Ends of Rigid Metal Conduit/Intermediate Conduit Where Neither Length of Conduit Can Be Roated
To Effectively Bond Terminating Fitting or Conduit to a Box or Enclosure
To Positively Bond Conduit to Box or Enclosure
To connect threaded metal conduit (ferrous rigid/non-ferrous rigid/PVC coated/or intermediate metal) to a threadless opening in a box or enclosure in outdoor or indoor location exposed to continuous or intermittent moisture.
To provide a liquidtight; dust tight connection between flexible, non-metallic conduit and a box or an enclosure.
Tray/Cord Fitting is The Safe and Cost Effective Choice for Increased Safety When Terminating Portable Cord and Try Cable In Hazardous Locations.