Conduit Riser Support Grips, Single Weave, Split Mesh, Rod Closing, 3.00" Conduit, Tin-Coated Bronze, 1.75-1.99"
Catalog ID: 02213025
Electrical cables dropping down from the ceiling are prevalent in factories. Whether they are constantly hanging vertically, on an angle, and/or are subject to being pulled across the room, the dead weight and pull stresses on the internal structures from the cable itself, as well as the weight of devices, keep them under threat of pullout from the connections, resulting in power failures and unscheduled downtime. Kellems offers support grips to meet every need in the factory, in a wide variety of eye styles and materials including bronze, 302–304 series stainless steel and even non-metallic Aramid fiber, delivering outstanding strength as well as exceptional resistance to rust and corrosion. They provide unmatched protection, with Kellems unique strand equalizer system ensuring equal loading of the weight across a long distance so that there are no areas of strain, as opposed to other solutions which leave smaller areas vulnerable to higher stresses and breakage. Kellems support grips are the most frequently trusted method for reducing the threat of costly maintenance and repair and maximizing productive time in factories of all kinds—and have been for decades.
- Suitable for standard rigid metal conduit and schedule 40 rigid PVC conduit only
- Pemanently fastened to support ring
- For permanent support when cable end is available to be installed through the grip
Split Mesh- Rod Closing
|Application||Cable Support in Conduit|
|Approx Breaking Strength||1,990 lbs|
|Material||Bronze, Tin Coated|
|Material - Mounting Hardware||Mounts Inside Conduit|
|OEM Brand Name||Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems|
|Performance||Mechanical - Approximate Breaking Strength - 1,990 (8,851)|
|Style||Split Mesh, Rod Closing, Single Weave|
|Conduit Trade Size||3 in|
|Cable Diameter Range||1.75 in-1.99 in|
|Cable Size||1.75"-1.99" (4.44-5.05)|
Certifications and Compliance
|Industry Standard(s)||CSA Certified|
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