Quick Twist conduit fittings offer easy installation and protectionMarch 22, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Cords Canada can supply Quick Twist conduit fittings from Heyco. These fittings are designed to make installation easy, so no tools are required. They feature a one-piece nylon construction that is resistant to oil, grease, salt water, weak acids, gasoline and common solvents. Plus, the fittings have smooth internal surfaces. This design makes them ideal for wire routing and protection.
Quick Twist features
The selection of Quick Twist fittings includes snap-in or NPT threaded models. Sweep style connectors are also available for routing wire around corners.
Installation of the fittings is easy thanks to their unique locking fingers that can accommodate different chassis thicknesses. To install them, simply twist the tubing over the connector ferrule until it clicks into place.
These fittings offer a low cost and reliable solution. They are recognized under the Component Program of Underwriters' Laboratories. The standard colours available are black and grey.
Quick Twist fittings are used in a wide range of electrical applications, such as HVAC, motorized equipment, enclosed power sources, major appliances and garage door openers. When using the threaded models on a tapped hole, Teflon tape should be used on the connector's threads. To ensure a liquid tight seal in all other applications, an o-ring and locknut should be used.
The ideal source
Cords Canada can also supply liquid tight conduit and tubing for use with Quick Twist fittings. The company is known as the best source for industrial fasteners and components thanks to its comprehensive selection. It is the exclusive or prime distributor for many leading industrial brands, and it carries millions of parts. These parts are used in many diverse industries such as HVAC, electrical, agricultural, furniture, chemical and food processing.
For more information, visit Cords Canada online.