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Robroy - PVC Coated LR Conduit Body, 3/4 in. - PRLR27
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    PVC Coated LR Conduit Body, 3/4 in.

    Manufacturer: Robroy
    Manufacturer #: PRLR27
    SKU: 88225881
    $71.96
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    Trade Size (Inches):3/4
    Brand or Series:Plasti-Bond REDH2OT
    Additional Features:Cover Uses Retained Stainless Screw and Wedge Clip Design; Sealing Sleeves on All Conduit Openings
    Height (Inches):1.67 in.
    Color / Finish:Gray
    Shape:LR
    Length:5.23 in.
    Width (Inches):2.48
    Fitting Type:Elbow
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Robroy
    • Manufacturer # PRLR27
    • UNSPSC 39131708
    • Additional Features Cover Uses Retained Stainless Screw and Wedge Clip Design; Sealing Sleeves on All Conduit Openings
    • Bend (Degree) 90
    • Body Type Form 7
    • Brand or Series Plasti-Bond REDH2OT
    • Coating PVC (Exterior); Urethane (Interior)
    • Coating Thickness 0.002 (Interior) in; 0.040 (Exterior) in
    • Color / Finish Gray
    • Fitting Type Elbow
    • Height (Inches) 1.67 in.
    • Length 5.23 in.
    • Materials Ferrous Metal (Body); Stainless Steel (Screws)
    • Series Form 7
    • Shape LR
    • Width (Inches) 2.48
    • Trade Size (Inches) 3/4
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin US - USA
    Product Overview:
    Plasti-Bond REDHOT® 3/4 inch trade size PVC coated conduit body has a ferrous metal (Body); Stainless Steel (Screws), Length: 5.23 inch. Grey coating thickness: 0.002 (Interior) in; 0.040 (Exterior) inch.
    Plasti-Bond conduit bodies with covers are offered in Form 8 and Form 7 styles, each with numerous configurations to provide a complete coated conduit system. May be used to make 90degree bends, for pull outlets, to provide for taps or splices, to act as a mounting outlet for wiring devices or lighting fixtures etc. Electrical continuity of the conduit system is maintained across assembled joints.