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5IN CC, 48IN 12/3 SJT C, Q14B Grpr, JBS
Part #: AC5-12/3-48-Q14B-JB
5IN CC, 48IN 12/3 SJT C, Q14B Grpr, JBS
5IN CC, 48IN 18/5 SJT C, Q14B Grpr, JBS
Part #: AC5-18/5-48-Q14B-JB
5IN CC, 48IN 18/5 SJT C, Q14B Grpr, JBS
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1 IN STR ALUM CORD GRIP
Part #: CGA-100-688
1 IN STR ALUM CORD GRIP
1 IN 90 DEG ALUM CORD GRIP
Part #: CGA-9100-750
1 IN 90 DEG ALUM CORD GRIP
1 IN 90 DEG ALUM CORD GRIP
Part #: CGA-9100-562M
1 IN 90 DEG ALUM CORD GRIP
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1/2 NM CORD CONN W/LNS
Part #: MNPT-50
1/2 NM CORD CONN W/LNS
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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
    Woodhead® Cord Grip Assemblies Simplify Installation

    Woodhead® MAX-LOC® Plus Shielded Cord Grip Assemblies, featuring a versatile cut-away design, simplifies assembly in high-frequency power applications within harsh environments. Robust assemblies provide excellent EMI and RFI shielding and sealing protection with the ability to connect high current directly to the application.

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  • Appleton Grp LLC
    9377 West Higgins Road
    Rosemont, IL 60018
    847-268-6247
  • Thomas & Betts Corporation
    8155 T&B Blvd.
    Memphis, TN 38125
    800-888-0211

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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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