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Fixed Shelf, Adj Depth, 23in
Part #: P23SH810B
Fixed Shelf, Adj Depth, 23in
Enclosure 118.5x68.5x67.4mm
Part #: Q1388PCECC
Enclosure 118.5x68.5x67.4mm
T29 4 K BTU 115V 4X RAL9003WHT
Part #: T290416G180
T29 4 K BTU 115V 4X RAL9003WHT
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    Contractor Specifier's Guide

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    Hoffman Pull Box Extender
    Hoffman Pull Box Extender

    The Pull Box Extender, or “Step-Up”, product is designed to be used in commercial and general industrial applications that previously required a custom sized pull box, or to create additional wiring space for existing pull box installations.

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    Hoffman Angled Trough Customer Testimonial
    Hoffman Angled Trough Customer Testimonial

    Greg Bills talks about how the new Hoffman Angled Trough cuts total installation time by 80%, and eliminates the need for costly 90-degree conduit bends.

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  • Unique Angled Trough cuts total installation time by 80%
    Unique Angled Trough cuts total installation time by 80%

    The Hoffman Angled Trough helps cut total installation time by 80% for electrical contractors who traditionally have had to manually bend 90-degree conduits for wire distribution. Created for use in wire distribution, junctions and terminations in a variety of indoor commercial applications.

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  • Hoffman
    2100 Hoffman Way
    Anoka, MN 55303
    763-421-2240

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  • Helping PLCs Keep Their Cool
    Helping PLCs Keep Their Cool

    Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are the ruggedized computers that run most automated manufacturing processes, from simple conveyor lines and pick-and-place operations, to more sophisticated machining and robotics applications. Though individual units are often quite small, PLCs are often installed in ganged enclosures and, like other types of computer equipment, they can produce a lot of heat. As a result, specifiers and contractors need to consider cooling options to protect against equipment overheating and failure.

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