Midwest 460 EMT Set-Screw Coupling; 1/2 Inch MNPT, Steel, Zinc-Plated

Vendor:

Midwest

Price:

Cat #:

460

$3.50

Part#:

99928

SKU:

24348

UPC:

784564104601

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Midwest 460 EMT Set-Screw Coupling; 1/2 Inch MNPT, Steel, Zinc-Plated

Product Details
These couplings utilize a ridge center stop for easy identification of adequate conduit sealing within the coupling

Midwest Setscrew coupling with 1/2-Inch trade size offers enhanced protection to the conduit wiring systems from damage due to movements. It features steel construction to offer enhanced durability. It has an elegant die cast zinc plating to offer enhanced durability and corrosion resistance. Coupling is used on EMT conduit fitting male threaded connection and features concrete-tight for screw fittings. It has hex surfaces on the compression nut provided for easy wrenching to quickly tighten the nut. Coupling is UL/CUL listed.

Product Specifications
Application For Use With EMT Conduit
Brand Name Midwest
Commodity Code 2300
Connection MNPT
Constructional Feature Concrete Tight
Finish Zinc-Plated
Installation Set Screw
Item EMT Set-Screw Coupling
Material Steel
Mfr/Vendor Midwest
Order Minimum 50
Product Type Coupling
ShortDescriptionStripped Midwest-460-EMT-Set-Screw-Coupling
Special Features Concrete Tight
Standard UL, CUL
Standards UL And CUL Listed
Trade Size 1/2
Type Set Screw
UPC 784564104601
Used On Emt Conduit
description Steel Set Screw EMT Conduit Fitting.
feature#1 Set Screw Installation
feature#2 Steel
feature#3 Trade Size 1/2 Inch
feature#4 Concrete Tight
feature#5 Approval Ul, Csa
feature#7 Used On Emt Conduit
feature#8 Crouse-Hinds Brand
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