New Product News


Arlington's Low Profile Sconce Box

Arlington’s Low Profile Sconce Box (FCS405R) offers the time-saving solution to retrofit installations with shallow wall cavities - or obstructions running behind the wallboard.

This 5.0 cubic inch non-metallic box is easy to install with a 4" hole saw in an existing 1/2" or 5/8" wall.

Mighty-Merge® EMT to FMC Transition Couplings

Bridgeport now offers a full line of EMT to FMC Transition Couplings.  Available ½” to 2” in Zinc Die Cast and 2 ½” to 4” in Steel. Bridgeport’s patented transition couplings offer an easy way to transition between EMT and FMC saving contractors time and money. cULus and cETLus Listed.

BURNDY® Expanses the HYPLUG™ Product Line with the 900 kcmil AL Adaptor

BURNDY has a new 900 kcmil compressed/concentric, compact aluminum and 600 kcmil copper wire HYPLUG™ adaptors.  These plug adaptors are UL Listed and CSA Certified and available in both the straight and offset styles. They feature a solid plug with the same diameter as the equivalent conductor.

CRC Introduces Lectra Force™ Electrical Cleaner

Utilizes revolutionary COzol® technology that combines the power of a high performance industrial strength degreaser with lower VOCs. It is non-corrosive, non-conductive and non-staining. Lectra Force™ quickly dissolves grease, oil and sludge from electric motors, parts and equipment without leaving a residue. It evaporates quickly minimizing downtime associated with "clean-in-place" cleaning methods.

Greenlee's Shotgun™ Shoe For the 854DX Bender

The newly designed Shotgun™ Shoe greatly improves productivity for contractors both at the prefabrication shop and on the job-site. Greenlee® was the first to market with the Shotgun™ Shoe design, allowing contractors and prefabrication shops to bend up to four pieces of conduit at the same time –increasing productivity and saving time and money.

Hubbell AUTOGUARD Self Testing Technology

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems has expanded its AUTOGUARD® patented self testing technology, which automatically monitors the ability to provide ground fault protection. As of June 29, 2015, UL will require self-test monitoring capabilities in all GFCI receptacles. Hubbell’s GFCI initiates monitoring in less than three seconds of power up and continuously within every thirty seconds.