Midwest 1654RT Insulated EMT Compression Connector; 1-1/2 Inch, Steel, Zinc-Plated

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  • Cooper Crouse-Hinds 1654RT Midwest 1654RT Insulated EMT Compression Connector; 1-1/2 Inch, Steel, Zinc-Plated
Manufacturer: Cooper Crouse-Hinds
Catalog#: 1654RT
Crescent Part#: 33316
UPC: 784564004604
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Distinct black gland nut provides quick raintight identification

Interior shoulder conduit stop provides positive seating of conduit inside the body

Gasket on male threads of box connector seals installation for rain-tight connection between the box and the connector

Available in insulated and non-insulated versions to meet any customer preference

Angled teeth on locknut for secure bite into enclosure

Extruded locknut with shoulder provides more threads for more secure installation

Concrete tight

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Product Details:

Midwest Insulated EMT compression connector is made of high strength steel and has zinc-plated finish for corrosion resistance. It has a trade size of 1-1/2 inches. It has internal gasketed ring that ensures tight seal and has a flat surface that offers easy wrenching. It finds use with EMT conduit. Compression connector is UL/cUL listed.

Product Specification

Product Details
Manufacturer Cooper Crouse-Hinds
Catalog# 1654RT
Product Dimensions & Details
Finish Zinc-Plated
Shipping Information
Ships Ground. Eligible for expedited shipping Yes
Other Information
Material Steel
Item Insulated Compression Connector
Brand Name Midwest
Application For Use With EMT Conduit
UNSPSC 39121434
Type Raintight
Trade Size 1-1/2 Inch
Standards UL And CUL Listed

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