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Material Decisions: Choosing the Right Fastener for Hazardous Locations

Material Decisions: Choosing the Right Fastener for Hazardous Locations

Contractors often are required to select electrical equipment, such as enclosures, based on the environmental hazards any particular application might pose. The labeling system established by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) offers assurance that a NEMA 4 enclosure, for example, has been tested and proven to be watertight. Selecting the right cable fasteners for such hazardous installations, however, can be a less-clear process.

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