Carlon® Fittings

Thomas & Betts Corporation
Carlon® Fittings
Carlon® fittings from Thomas & Betts (T&B), a member of the ABB Group, are among the only non-metallic fittings for electrical boxes that can be installed from either the inside or outside of the box.

The new Carlon fittings are UL® Listed and CSA™ certified, and are certified for one or two sheathed cables.

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