Arlington Industries’ flanged conduit cap/insulating bushing saves time and money when running low-voltage cable between horizontal concrete floors or vertical walls. It eliminates the need for an elaborate support system for multiple EMT conduits. A built-in coupler joins the necessary bushings together.
Bridgeport Fittings’ SGBTL series split bushing is listed to ground and bond EMT and threadless rigid conduits. It is designed for bonding stub-ups, solar photovoltaic conduits or in data applications. It comes with stainless steel hardware and UV-stabilized insulators for use in indoor and outdoor applications. It is available in 1– to 4-in. trade sizes.
Konkore Fittings’ steel bushing for rigid conduit, IMC and EMT is essentially a locknut and bushing in one body. The small diameter of the locknut, with the internal threads, is “stretched” to receive the insulating sleeve. It eliminates the use of the locknut and solves the problem of not enough thread left to engage the bushing after locknut installation. The...
RACO’s anti-short bushings are designed for use with armored cable and flexible metal conduit. The bushings protect the conductors from sharp cut ends of the conduit during pulling by inserting the bushings into the end of the conduit. Their one-piece plastic construction resists corrosion.
RACO’s universal split insulating bushing can be installed on fittings, threaded or unthreaded rigid/IMC, or EMT conduit, and after wires and cables are pulled. It is has a locking mechanism and hinge. It is available in four sizes from 21/2–4 in.
Bridgeport’s SB-386NM Mighty-Rite split, insulated, internally threaded plastic bushing is used where wires have already been pulled through rigid/IMC conduit or EMT fittings. It is designed to adjust and align in tight spots and allows for one-handed installation, requiring no tools.