Manufacturing company joined Offshore Technology Conference

Thomas + Betts/Kopex took part in the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston to highlight area cable management

06/01/2011


Thomas + Betts/Kopex International (CMG), a manufacturer of electrical conduit for hazardous environment applications, was part of the Thomas + Betts exhibit at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), May 2 to 5 in Houston. 

Kopex International’s Kopex-Ex metallic and non-metallic electrical conduit systems are designed for the hazardous environments in the oil and gas industry, such as offshore installations and petrochemical refineries. Among the component parts available from Kopex-Ex are glands, topping plugs, thread converters and accessories, while Kopex-Ex products are compliant with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in the United States and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) International certification (Class I, Div. 1 and Class II, Div. 2), and the European Union (EU)’s ATEX directives and the International Electrotechnical Commission’s IECEx certification (Exe, Exd and Extd), among others.

www.kopex-ex.com



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