Hazardous Location Conduit Fittings

Hazardous Location Conduit Fittings

For explosionproof and dust-ignitionproof protection wherever lengths of conduit are joined or connected to an enclosure, count on the quality materials and construction of hazardous location conduit fittings from Appleton Group. We offer sizes, styles and materials to meet any requirement, along with innovative products such as swivel elbows and flexible couplings to simplify challenging installations. We supply the close-up plugs, reducers and other fittings needed to complete any hazardous location installation of threaded rigid metal conduit or IMC.

O-Z Gedney UNA and UNAM 360 degree swiveling unions provide a means of joining two lengths of conduit at any angle
Appleton 45 and 90 degree elbows are for joining conduit at a fixed 45 degree or 90 degree angle. The 360 degree flexible-swivel elbows are for joining conduit at a custom angle
O-Z Gedney explosionproof EL-9 conduit elbow provides a 90 degree change in the direction of a conduit run
O-Z Gedney explosionproof UNF, UNF-A, UNY and UNY-A unions provide a convenient means joining conduits, or joining conduit to enclosures or other devices, without rotation of conduit
Appleton’s ATX DB Series IP 66 and 67 IIB unions are used with a fire retardant seal fitted directly at the entry to the flameproof housing in Zone 1, 2, 21 and 22 locations
Appleton’s DB Series female-female IIC Elbows are used to connect two lengths of conduit in Zone 1 and 2 environments
Appleton’s ATX IP 66 and 67 DB Series IIC flexible couplings are used where bending rigid conduit would be difficult or where vibration and/or movement exist in Zone 1, 2, 21 and 22 locations
Appleton EXGJH and EXLK flexible couplings are used in areas where vibration or movement is a problem. Can also be used when bending rigid conduit would be difficult
O-Z Gedney explosionproof ECGJH and ECLK flexible couplings are used in hazardous locations to isolate conduit systems from vibration and/or movement or to make difficult bends
O-Z Gedney explosionproof ME-S male enlargers are used to enlarge a threaded hub in an enclosure or fitting
Nutsteel explosionproof NEBR reducing bushings are used to connect conduit to enclosures with different diameters. They are suitable for use in Zone 1 and 2, Group IIC locations
Nutsteel explosionproof 90° NECNL elbows are used to change the direction of a conduit run in hazardous locations
Nutsteel explosionproof NELR reducing couplings junction conduit of different diameters together in Zone 1 and 2 - Group IIC locations
Nutsteel’s explosionproof NELVP one piece coupling sleeves can be used in Zone 1 and 2, Group IIC locations to join lengths of conduit with two different diameters
Nutsteel explosionproof NETCA plugs are used to seal and protect conduit ends. They are suitable for use in Zones 1 and 2, Group IIC locations
Nutsteel NEUNF female/female and NEUNM male/female unions are used at the junction of conduit with explosionproof enclosures. Suitable for use in Zone 1 and 2, Group IIC locations
Appleton’s PLG close-up plugs are used to seal threaded NPT conduit entries in hazardous or non-hazardous location enclosures, BR bell reducers are used to join lengths of conduit with different diameters
O-Z Gedney's explosionproof RS Series reducing bushings are used to reduce the trade size of a tapped hole or hub
O-Z Gedney's REC Series reducing couplings are used to connect two different sizes of conduit together or to replace a coupling and reducer in a conduit installation
O-Z Gedney Type 8 explosionproof regular and short conduit elbows provide a 90 degree or 45 degree change in the direction of a conduit run where a short radius turn is needed
O-Z Gedney PLG explosionproof threaded insert plugs are used to close up a tapped hole or hub
These Appleton reducing bushings are designed for use in threaded rigid and IMC conduit systems
Appleton UNY unions connect conduit to enclosure, UNF unions connect conduit to conduit, and UNL unions connect conduit to enclosure at 90 degree angle
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UNY UNF & UNL Unions

UNY UNF & UNL Unions

EXGJH & EXLK Flexible Couplings

EXGJH & EXLK Flexible Couplings