Arlington Industries’ two-gang, steel, floor box kits give installers a low-cost way to install a receptacle and two low-voltage openings in a new or existing floor. The combination boxes with an installed divider have brass- or nickel-plated metal covers with flip lids that deliver flush-to-the-floor installation. The gasketed covers also hide miscut flooring.
Arlington’s FLBT6520 round, plastic countertop box kits offer multiple options for installing a receptacle in a countertop up to 11/2 in. thick. It comes with gasketed brass or nickel-plated trapdoor covers. It is installed by tightening two screws that hold the spring steel clip secure against the underside of the countertop
Garvin Industries’ duplex, single-gang floor box kit includes a 20A tamper-resistant receptacle, 31/2-in. deep box, and a brushed brass cover with flip lid and locking tabs. It sits flush to the floor.
Arlington Industries’ steel FLBT4400 series countertop box kits are available with UL-listed tamper- and weather-resistant, decorator-style GFCI, tamper-resistant receptacle, or a combination with receptacle and two USB ports. It comes with gasketed, stainless steel or black trapdoor covers that close flush with the countertop for ingress protection and preventing damage to the devices in the box.
Arlington Industries’ drop-in floor box kits install nearly flush in existing floors. Designed for a neat installation, these floor boxes install with a single hole saw cut. They accommodate most 31/2-in. standard covers and Arlington’s round low-profile covers, which sit 1/8 in. off the floor and seat into a nonmetallic ring to reduce trip hazards.
Arlington’s FLBT4400 series countertop box kit comes with an installed UL-listed, decorator-style GFCI or TR receptacle or a combo with a receptacle and two USB ports. The gasketed trapdoor cover has a stainless steel finish and closes nearly flush with the countertop, preventing water intrusion and damage to devices. The spring clip holds box the securely against the surface. It...