Explosion Proof Fittings

Explosion Proof Fittings provide protection against explosion in Hazardous Areas. They provide access for maintenance and change conduit direction. Explosion Proof Fittings connect lengths of conduit and for the use of pulling or splicing of wire.

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Conduit Body
Explosion Proof Fittings Conduit Bodies are installed in conduit systems within hazardous areas. They protect conductors in threaded rigid conduit. They act as pulling and splice fittings. Explosion Proof Fittings Conduit Bodies interconnect lengths of conduit. They change the direction of conduit. They provide access for maintenance and future system changes.

Device / Junction Boxes
Explosion Proof Fittings Device Boxes applications include where hazardous gases, vapors, liquids, flammable fibers, flyings or combustible dusts can exist during the time of operation. Locations include oil/ petroleum refineries, waster water treatment plants, petrochemical plants, mining facilities and etc.

The Drain/Breather is a universal drain and breather. It is made of stainless steel and the thread size is inch. The applicable standard is Cec, Nec, Eemac/Nema FB-1. It is made of stainless steel.

Explosion-Proof certified elbows have a 90 connection. They are made of ductile iron and can be used in wet locations.

Reducing Bushings
Reducing Bushings are used in threaded heavy wall conduit systems. Reducing Bushings reduce conduit hubs to a smaller size. They connect two different sizes of conduit together or is used to replace a coupling and reducer in an installation.

Sealing/Sealoff Fittings
Sealing/Sealoff Fittings are required in many Class I, Division 1 and 2 locations when not using factory sealed enclosures. When they are properly installed, they minimize the passage of gases and vapors and prevents the passage of flames from one portion of a conduit system to another, and also prevent any internal explosion from propagating to the outside atmosphere.

Explosion Proof unions are installed in threaded thickwall conduit systems. The UNY connects conduit to a conduit fitting, junction box or device enclosure. The UNF connects conduit to conduit to provide a means for future modification of the conduit system.