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By combining IEC technology and CEC/NEC standards in a single design, Appleton has created a panelboard that is ideal for virtually any hazardous industrial location...
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SolaHD is extremely proud to receive the EC&M 2016 Product of the Year Award for the category of Power Sources with the incredibly innovative line of IP67 SCP-X Series of power supplies.
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Nelson Heat Trace is pleased to announce the introduction of the new Nelson Design Suite to the general public.
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To help ensure a reliable water supply, EasyHeat has introduced its new In-Pipe Self-regulating Heating System that provides economical, reliable in-pipe freeze protection for PE and metallic supply lines.
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Appleton Group proudly announces that Nelson Heat Trace's LT and CLT self-regulating heating cables now have CSA and CSA-US approval for use on mains and branch sprinkler systems in both the United States and Canada.
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O-Z/Gedney has launched an expanded line of UL listed marine-rated boxes, covers and lamp holders featuring rugged PVC or polycarbonate construction that are ideal for highly corrosive or wet outdoor areas.
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Using new Speedlock™ double snap connectors from O-Z/Gedney , electricians can connect armored cable, metal clad cable or flexible metallic conduit to steel boxes and enclosures twice as fast and at less cost than traditional connectors.
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Appleton UPR Series meets demanding electrical codes including ATEX/IECEx requirements for hazardous locations
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Appleton's U-Line 125VAC portable receptacle and GFCI delivers open neutral protection to protect plant personnel against the risk of
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Established by Ensio Miettinen in 1958, Ensto is a family business with 1,600 employees in Europe and Asia.