Topaz’s Masonry box is designed for mounting switches, plugs and outlets in masonry, brick and 4-in. block walls. It’s 31/2-in. deep allows for deep devices, numerous wires, switches and other electronic and electrical devices. It is made of welded galvanized steel and features 6/32-in. tab holes for mounting devices.
RACO’s 290 model 31/2-in. electrical box mounts fixtures to ceilings or walls. It is 1/2-in. deep and can be used on 1/2-in. or 5/8-in. drywall without stud mounting. After cutting the proper size hole, users insert the bracket and tighten the screw to secure in place. The zinc-plated steel construction provides a 2-hour fire rating.
Orbit Industries’ 411/16-in. adjustable ring is available in 1- and 2-gang configurations and designed for use with square boxes for mounting electrical devices when finished wall depths are unknown. Inner adjusting screws provide flexibility during installation for a flush finish.
Arlington Industries’ steel T-box is the economical way to mount fans/fixtures, smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, security cameras, exit signs and emergency lighting up to 70 lbs. on a suspended ceiling grid. It is meant for use with metal raceway T-box mounts on the ceiling grid at the cross or straight away. It is UL-Listed.
Signify’s remote ballast is constructed from heavy-gauge formed steel with a removable cover. The ballast box mounts vertically on the wall, structure or post with the conduit entries positioned downward. The thermoset polyester powdercoat is electrostatically applied after a five-stage conversion cleaning process and bonded by heat-fusion thermosetting.
Mockett’s kitchen pop-up box can be installed in the countertop to provide access when necessary and hide away when not needed. The outlet is not limited to kitchens and works in other wet areas. This dual-sided, spring-loaded pop-up tower has one receptacle on either side. The receptacle is tamper and water resistant and features a variety of colors.