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  • Smart eCat Arlington Industries 2014 Catalog
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    Arlington Industries 2014 Catalog

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    Box Extenders
    Box Extenders

    Levels and supports the wiring device where the box is set back from the wall surface.

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    Steel Adjustable Bracket with Plastic Box
    Steel Adjustable Bracket with Plastic Box

    Low-cost, economical steel fan/fixture bracket with plastic box delivers super secure, versatile on-center mounting between joists 16" to 24".

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Electrical Boxes for Fence Posts

Arlington Industries FBRS420SC Fan/Fixture Box

Arlington Industries IN-and-OUT™ Cover

Arlington IN-BOX™

A Fan/Fixture Box for Wood I-Joists!

Arlington's Low Cost GARD-N-POST™

One-Box™ Non-Metallic Outlet Box

Arlington’s AnyBODY™ Conduit Body

Arlington’s FBX 900 Fan/Fixture Box

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  • Arlington’s New Non-metallic Recessed Electrical Box with Trim Plate (Patents Pending)
    Arlington’s New Non-metallic Recessed Electrical Box with Trim Plate (Patents Pending)

    Allows furniture, such as wall units and entertainment centers, to be placed close to the wall. Plugs for these items stay inside the UL/CSA Listed box, without extending past the wall like they would with a regular box. The TV Box™ accepts most single gang wiring devices.

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  • Arlington Industries, Inc.
    1 Stauffer Industrial Park
    Scranton, PA 18517
    800-233-4717

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  • Bonding vs. Grounding: A Primer
    Bonding vs. Grounding: A Primer

    Bonding and grounding are simple concepts, but, unfortunately, they’re also easily confused with each other. Definitions of one term often get wrapped up in the definitions of the other, and, before long, one can begin thinking the words are interchangeable.

    “Grounding” refers to the creation of a path from electrical equipment to the earth. It is intended to protect equipment and help prevent fires that might occur due to high voltages resulting from lightning strikes, line surges or unintended contact with higher-voltage lines.

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