Crouse Hinds (Eaton) XD012 Deflection Coupling, Feraly Iron Alloy, Rigid/IMC Conduit, 5 in. | Graybar Store
Crouse Hinds (Eaton) - Deflection Coupling, Feraly Iron Alloy, Rigid/IMC Conduit, 5 in. - XD012
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    Deflection Coupling, Feraly Iron Alloy, Rigid/IMC Conduit, 5 in.

    Manufacturer: Crouse Hinds (Eaton)
    Manufacturer #: XD012
    SKU: 88076628
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    Size:5 in.
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Crouse Hinds (Eaton)
    • Manufacturer # XD012
    • Size 5 in.
    • Type Expansion/Deflection
    • UNSPSC 39131707
    • Materials Feraloy Iron Alloy
    • Max. Expansion (Inch) 3/4
    • For Use With Rigid/IMC Conduit
    • SKU Spec Sheet
      XD012 Spec Sheet
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin US - USA
    Product Overview:
    Feraloy iron alloy XD deflection coupling, 5 inch. This coupling offers enhanced protection to the conduit wiring systems from damage due to movements
    Applications include
    • Underground conduit feeder runs
    • Runs between sections of concrete subject to relative movement
    • Runs between fixed structures
    • Conduit entrances in high rise buildings
    • Bridges
    • Marinas, docks, piers

    • Accommodates Axial expansion or contraction up to 3/4 inch
    • Accommodates angular misalignment of the axes of coupled conduit runs in any direction to 3/4 inch
    • Inner sleeve maintains constant I.D. in any position and provides a smooth insulated wireway for protection of wire insulation
    • Watertight flexible neoprene outer jacket is corrosion-resistant and protects the grounding strap and the attachment points of the hubs
    • Tinned copper flexible braid grounding straps assure grounding conductivity
    • Stainless steel jacket clamps for strength and corrosion resistance
    • Standard tapered electrical threads fit standard rigid conduit
    • Integral hub bushing protections insulation of conductors