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No tools needed with these quick connect fittings

19-04-2011
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Quick Connect Fittings from EC&M Electrical Pty Ltd do not require tools for installation.

And because they’re easy to connect, installation time is reduced.

Also called Knock-on fittings, they are installed using a gentle knock, without the need of special tools.

Designed to be used with galvanised and stainless steel conduits, these do not require threading after cutting, for the connection of fittings.

The fittings use a patented self-block spring device, which not only makes installation easy, but holds the conduit in place with the help of an O-ring located inside the fitting.

Exhibiting excellent mechanical tightness, Quick Connect fittings are rated to IP67.

The fittings can be used in different configurations: conduit to conduit, rigid conduit to flexible conduit and conduit to box.

A wide range of sizes is available from 16 mm to 50 mm.

European manufacturer, Euro 2000 make this range of fittings, as well as a wide range of flexible conduits that are also distributed by EC&M Electrical.

EC&M Electrical Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 97484577
www.ecm.net.au

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