UL listed Food Grade Flexible Electrical Conduit

Electri-Flex Co.
UL listed Food Grade Flexible Electrical Conduit
Type LAFG is a UL listed liquidtight flexible steel conduit where the PVC jacketing is made from an FDA-approved compound and is a Certified Component for NSF/ANSI 169 special purpose food equipment.

Other benefits include: smooth exterior for easy washdown, resistant to Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach), will not promote bacteria growth, and offers working temperatures of -30°C to 80°C Dry / 60°C Wet / 70°C Oil.

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