6000-Series Flexible Nonmetallic Liquid Tight Conduit, 1/2" x 100 ft., 3" Bend, Gray
- Item # 1YPF8
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- Mfr. Model # 6002-30-00
- Catalog Page # 332
- UNSPSC # 39121202
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- Liquid Tight Conduit Application Nonmetallic, General Purpose
- Item Flexible Nonmetallic Liquid Tight Conduit
- Series 6000
- Conduit Trade Size 1/2"
- Flexible Conduit Nominal Length 100 ft.
- Flexible Conduit Color Gray
- Flexible Conduit Core Material Rigid PVC
- Flexible Conduit Usable Temp. Range -2 Degrees to 176 Degrees F
- Flexible Conduit Bend Radius 3"
- Standards UL1660 & CSA 22.2 No. 227.2 Type B, Conforms to The Requirements Of Section 14.5.5 Of The Electrical Standard For Industrial Machinery NFPA-79, RoHS and WEEE Compliant
- Inside Dia. 0.622"
- Outside Dia. 0.820"
- Jacket Material Flame Retardant PVC
- Special Features UL & CSA listed -Type B Construction
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