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Insulgrip Wiring Devices
The industry standard for safe and secure electrical connections.
Safety Devices
Keep people safe, meet safety codes, and reduce risks and costs.
Healthcare Product Applications
Hubbell provides both power and data solutions supporting heathcare's convergence needs.
netSELECT FPTV Connection Enclosure
Designed to deliver high-density audio-visual (A/V) and data connectivity and power for today’s flat-panel TVs, displays and interactive whiteboards to sit flush against walls.
SNAPConnect Devices
Increase productivity, reduce labor, and meet deadlines.
Bob Simon, Director of Industrial Marketing, discusses Hubbell's safety initiative.
Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems Introduces a New Addition to the PolyTrak® Offering of Non-metallic Surface Raceway
Hubbell 2 Channel BaseTrak ® , a 2-channel raceway system, is designed for multi-service power...

Hubbell Wiring Device - Kellems
Hubbell Wiring Devices
Tools and Configurators<br>
What is a Pulling Grip?
Cable pulling grips are an essential component to install cable in conduit. Installing wire in raceways requires a professional craftsman, especially when it’s medium voltage, large size, or a long run. The grips lock onto the cable and provide an attachment point for pulling wire into a raceway.

The Most Demanding Industry for Connectors
Which industry is the toughest on plugs and connectors? The construction industry is noted for wet conditions and cords straining against the connectors. When the job deadline approaches, people use whatever they have to get the job done. Anyone that has worked in the food industry realizes that they have the same challenges as the construction industry plus one more. They have to sanitize.

Hubbell Case Study: University Students Fund Occupancy Sensors and Energy Savings
All around the globe, there is a powerful shift toward environmentally sustainable thinking and an increased interest in energy efficiency being driven by overwhelming statistics. In the U.S. alone, lighting consumes 8% of all energy and 22% of electricity, representing $40 billion a year in energy costs. Consequently, sustainable building design initiatives are popping everywhere, and education facilities are no exception. To support community values and reduce operating costs, colleges and universities are thinking long‐term and striving for sustainability.

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