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92 the ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTOR • Jan. 17
1. Stainless Steel Hardware
Minerallac has added nearly 100 new stainless steel
strut fittings and accessories and more than 500 new
stainless steel fasteners to its line of stainless steel hardware. The new parts include screws, nuts, washers,
anchors, hangers, straps, bolts, clamps, and fittings.
2. Flush-to-the-Floor Receptacle Installations
Arlington’s UL-Listed adjustable floor boxes are designed
for new or retrofit work and fit varying floor heights up
to 2˝. Featuring round and rectangular gasketed covers
that prevent water intrusion and threaded plugs or flip lids
that protect the box, they come with the choice of metal
(brass and nickel-plated) and nonmetallic covers (offered
in five colors).
3. Constant-Voltage Driver
Lutron Electronics’s Hi-lume Premier .1% constant-voltage driver offers smooth, flicker-free .1% dimming
and “Soft-on, Fade-to-Black” dimming for the most
incandescent-like experience on the market, according to
the company. It is offered in both wired and wireless control options.
4. Liquid-Tight Connectors
Southwire Tools & Equipment offers various liquid-
tight connectors for use with Type B nonmetallic conduit.
The connectors have a weather-resistant seal that elimi-
nates the need to thread conduit or tubing, are suitable
for indoor/outdoor use, and can be used in myriad applica-
tions from OEM to field installation.
5. Pivot Punch Head for TaskMaster Tool
ILSCO now offers a new 360° punch head for its TaskMaster three-in-one battery-powered tool system. The
punch head rotates on two axes, affording the ability to
use the tool in a broader range of applications, including
confined spaces. It has the ability to punch
2˝ to 4˝ holes in
mild steel and stainless steel with ease, says to the company, and is compatible with industry-standard knockouts.
6. Automated Crimping System
Thomas & Betts’s Quick-Kon automated crimping system employs a patented feeding method for electronic
feeding prior to termination, which results in reduced costs
and increased productivity. The system features terminal-specific tooling and offers a selection of tool packs to
crimp a wide variety of terminals.