conduit


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conduit

A metal pipe through which electric wiring is run. Building codes often require that all electric wiring for commercial buildings must be in conduit and securely attached to the ceiling,not suspended from dropped-ceiling supports or other building components.

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Republic Conduit employs a total of approximately 300 people at two non-unionized facilities strategically located in Louisville, Kentucky, and Cedar Springs, Georgia.
This prevents the bender from creeping along the conduit and resulting in a bend that's too long.
Our goal was to create a cart that moves easily, but locks into place to hold conduit in position," said Cortinovis.
Using Flexicon's ATEX and IECEx Ex D flameproof barrier glands, specifiers can select from any of its compatible liquid tight conduit systems.
The addition of PVC coated metal conduit falls in a long line of new product introductions that will undoubtedly continue over the course of the next several months and beyond.
The AllSunTracker conduit included nearly 70,000 feet of 3/4 inch CIC pipe with three 6AWG and 5,000 feet of 2.
Wall Street conduits now recognize that the small loan sector is underserved.
Conduit, who has also lost his job enforcing warrants in Coventry, appeared for sentencing on Friday.
From the issuer's (or conduit borrower's) perspective, any such effort by the IRS would invite the attention of class-action securities lawyers, with accompanying litigation costs.
Weld some 1/ 2-inch conduit braces to the shafts, Fig.
The conduit ignited, but the workers quickly extinguished the fire.
However, if the most efficient capital for an asset comes from the conduit industry, that capital must also be delivered, and most important, it must be delivered with the same reliability of process and certainty of results that borrowers have come to expect from the life insurance industry.