Conduit Elbows

Conduit elbows enables a turn in a run of rigid non-metallic conduit and won’t kink the end of electrical wires. Cementing it in place is fast thanks to its belled end. It provides a slick bend to allow electrical wires to run through without kinking. They are corrosion resistant.

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Aluminum HW/Rigid
Aluminum HW/Rigid Conduit Elbows are interchangeable with IMC and Rigid (GRC) Steel Conduits and Kwik-Couple® Conduits. The elbows are listed to UL Safety Standard 6 and are manufactured in accordance with ANSI C80.1. They fit IMC and GRC Conduits, Couplings and Nipples.

Fiberglass Conduit Bodies act as pull outlets for conductors that are stiff due to large size or type of insulation. They provide for conduit service entrance to buildings. Fiberglass Conduit Bodies provide for conductor entrance to motors. They also provide access to wiring for maintenance and future expansion.

Pulling Elbows
Pulling Elbows are used for connecting threaded rigid or IMC to form a 90° bend or for connecting rigid or IMC to box or enclosure. It is also for connecting EMT and/or rigid conduit to form a 90° bend. There is a removable cover and gasket to facilitate the wire pulling.

PVC is proven to be durable and effective for years. It has maintenance-free performance in underground, encased and exposed applications in accordance with the National Electrical Code.

PVC Coated Rigid/GRC
PVC Coated Rigid/GRC is factory bent standard radius elbows that are available and ready to ship. They are more accurate, quicker to install, more economical and they save field-bending time because they do not waste materials. Electrical continuity is maintained across assembled joints.

Steel EMT/Rigid
Steel EMT/Rigid is a raceway solution, which allows for future wiring changes and provides excellent mechanical protection to conductors and cables. Steel EMT/Rigid provides EMI shielding and is 100% recyclable.