Cooper Crouse-Hinds 666US Compression Coupling; 2-1/2 Inch, Malleable Iron

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Vendor: Cooper Crouse-Hinds
Cat #: 666US
Part #: 191447
SKU: 405649
UPC #: 662277027311

Product Details

Couplings utilize a ridge center stop for easy identification of adequate conduit sealing within the coupling

Cooper Crouse-Hinds Compression coupling offers enhanced protection to the conduit wiring systems from damage due to movement. It features steel construction to offer enhanced durability. It has a trade size of 2-1/2 inches. Coupling has an elegant zinc plating to offer enhanced durability and corrosion resistance. Compression coupling features hex surface on fitting body and compression nut for easy wrenching. It has thick steel conduit locknut to offer strong and secure installation. It is ideally designed for EMT conduits. Coupling is UL and cULus listed.

Product Specifications

Application Used To Join EMT To A Box Or Enclosure, Couple Two Ends Of EMT Conduit
Case Quantity 1, 5 , 25
Catalog Description 2 1/2 EMT CMP CPL USA
Catalog Number 666US
Country of Origin US
Finish Electro-Plated Zinc
GTIN 00662277027311
Gross Weight 3.730
Invoice Description English 2 1/2 EMT CMP CPL USA
Item Compression Coupling
Material Malleable Iron
Mfr/Vendor Cooper Crouse-Hinds
Select Code CONDUIT/RACEWAY
ShortDescriptionStripped Cooper-Crouse-Hinds-666US-Compression-Coupling
Special Features Concrete Tight, Weight 360 Lb per 100
Standard UL, CUL
Standards UL File E-22132, cULus Listed
Trade Size 2-1/2 Inch
Type Compression
UPC 662277027311
description CRS-H 666US 2 1/2 EMT CMP CPL USA
feature#1 Couplings utilize a ridge center stop for easy identification of adequate conduit sealing within the coupling

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