Painted EMT conduit fittings

Crouse-Hinds series painted EMT fittings are available in seven colors to accommodate a wide range of circuit identification needs.

04/14/2016


Eaton's Crouse-Hinds series painted EMT fittings are available in seven colors to accommodate a wide range of circuit identification needs. The painted EMT fittings provide savings and simplicity in material handling by eliminating the need to receive, handle, store, and move colored EMT conduit pieces. Typical applications that use color for identification include fire alarm circuits, low voltage, intrinsically safe circuits, voice and data, and different voltages. Eaton's offering of painted EMT fittings allows for enhanced flexibility with configurations for both set screw and compression applications. The fittings are also available in insulated and non-insulated designs to meet wiring requirements.

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