Calbond Form 8 Conduit Bodies Earn NEMA 4X Rating

Calpipe Industries
Calbond Form 8 Conduit Bodies Earn NEMA 4X Rating

Calbond Form 8 Conduit Bodies feature sleeved threaded ends, a minimum exterior PVC coating thickness of .040”, minimum interior urethane coating thickness of .002”, and specialized corrosion resistant coating applied to all threads.  All Calbond Form 8 Fittings are NEMA 4X Rated, UL 514B Listed, and meet CSA Standard C22.2 No.18.

Other Products by Calpipe Industries

  • Calconduit Elbows, Couplings and Nipples

    Calconduit Elbows, Couplings and Nipples

    With an expansive manufacturing facility in Southern California, two distribution centers and eleven stocking locations, Calconduit Elbows, Couplings and Nipples are readily available to be shipped domestically and internationally. Watch this brief video showcasing the features and benefits of our rigid steel, EMT and aluminum ECN products.

  • Calbond PVC Coated Rigid Aluminum Conduit

    Calbond PVC Coated Rigid Aluminum Conduit

    Available in all trade sizes (1/2" - 6"), Calbond Rigid Aluminum PVC Coated Conduit provides extra protection in corrosive and hazardous locations. Coated RAC is one-third the weight of traditional conduit making it easy for field fabrications. All Calbond coated RAC products are manufactured in the USA and are fully UL listed and NEMA RN-1 compliant.

  • Calbrite Stainless Steel Explosion Proof Fittings

    Calbrite Stainless Steel Explosion Proof Fittings

    Calbrite, a division of Calpipe Industries, Inc., offers a package of stainless steel conduit and fittings for use in hazardous locations.  Fittings include Unions (Type UNY), Boxes (Type GUAT and GUAX), and Seal-offs (Type EYS).  Calbrite hazardous location fittings are UL listed, made in USA, manufactured using 316 Stainless, and meet the highest industry standards.

  • Lightwall Conduit

    Lightwall Conduit

    More impact resistant compared to EMT and 100% recyclable, Calbrite’s™ stainless steel light wall conduit is:

    • Non-threaded - no need to thread in field, reducing labor costs
    • Lighter, easier to handle 
    • Thinner wall - more pliable, easier to bend
    • Approx. 40% lighter than rigid = freight savings