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Eaton
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M20 CORD GRIP
Part #: V-M20
M20 CORD GRIP
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GRIP-CORD 3/4" HUB 3/8-1/2" CABLE
Part #: 86683
GRIP-CORD 3/4" HUB 3/8-1/2" CABLE
GRIP-CORD 1/2" CONDUIT STRAIGHT
Part #: 86441
GRIP-CORD 1/2" CONDUIT STRAIGHT
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CORD GRIP
Part #: CG345P
CORD GRIP
CORD GRIP
Part #: CG345A
CORD GRIP
CORD GRIP
Part #: CG125PM
CORD GRIP
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  • Arlington Industries, Inc.
    Low Profile Strain Relief Cord Grip
    Low Profile Strain Relief Cord Grip

    The widest cord ranges in the industry at the lowest cost, so there's fewer items to stock.

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Woodhead® Cord Grip Assemblies Simplify Installation

Arlington’s Cord Grips

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  • Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems Unveils Twist-Lock® Devices Video
    Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems Unveils Twist-Lock® Devices Video

    Get an up-close look at the highly engineered materials, roomy wiring chambers, superior strain relief, and powerful cord grip designs found in the Insulgrip Twist-Lock product line. The video takes an in-depth look at 15A, 20A, 30A, and 50A Twist-Lock offerings, explaining why they’re crucial for environments demanding the highest level of safety.

Manufacturers

  • Arlington Industries, Inc.
    1 Stauffer Industrial Park
    Scranton, PA 18517
    800-233-4717
  • Molex Incorporated
    2222 Wellington CT
    Lisle, IL 60532
    630-969-4550

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  • Cord Grips Give Power Cables Some Needed Support
    Cord Grips Give Power Cables Some Needed Support

    While most of us are used to shin-high or lower electrical outlets, industrial plants often use ceiling- or wall-mounted buses for power distribution. These systems can keep power connections flexible as manufacturing floors are rearranged, but they also can add stress to power cables if their connection to an overhead outlet is the only thing holding them in place. Cord support grips address this problem by taking stress off the cable and helping to maximize uptime and minimize equipment damage.

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