Appleton - APPC50A - 1/2" Hub Appleton Form 85™ Aluminum Unilet® Conduit Outlet Body, Threaded Type C

CAD$14.74

Product code: APPC50A

Manufacturer: Emerson Industrial

Brand: Appleton

Part Number: APPC50A

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Applications • Serve as pulling fittings. • Make bends in conduit system. • Provide openings for splicing. • Connect and change direction of conduit runs. • Allow connections for branch runs. • Permit access to conductors for maintenance. Features • Roomy interiors: more wiring space. • Smooth, rounded integral bushings in hubs protect conductor insulation. • Accurately tapped, tapered threads for tight, rigid joints and excellent ground continuity. • Form 85 copperfree aluminum Unilets are lightweight, selfoxidizing, self-renewing and offer a high corrosion resistance. • Lightweight aluminum facilitates shipping, handling and installing. • Sizes with flat-back design ideal where fitting is mounted flat against surface. • 1/2" to 3" blank covers are domed for extra wiring space. Standard Materials • Bodies: copperfree (max. 4/10 of 1%) aluminum — 1/2” thru 2”: pressure cast — 2-1/2” thru 4”: sand cast • Blank covers: malleable iron, steel or aluminum • Cover screws: stainless steel • Gaskets: neoprene or composition fiber Standard Finishes • Aluminum bodies: epoxy powder coat • Stamped aluminum covers: natural finish • Cast aluminum covers: epoxy powder coat Certifications and Compliances • UL Standards: 514A, 514B • UL Listed: E2527 • CSA Standard: C22.2 No. 18.3 • CSA Certified: 065183 • NEMA Standard: FB-1 Options • PVC coating available on all threaded bodies and select covers. Add suffix -PVC to catalog number. • For fully assembled body, cover and gasket, add suffix -ACGA.

UPC 78312607420
UNSPSC 39121700
Special Features Epoxy Powder Coated
Installation Threaded
Certifications UL listed, CSA certified
Application(how its used) For use with Rigid Steel, Rigid Aluminum, IMC, and EMT Conduit.
Material Copperfree (max. 4/10 of 1%) Aluminum
Specification  Detailed Specifications