Company Profile for IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.

IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
1375 Park Avenue
Sycamore, IL 60178
800-435-0705

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Part #: 44-101
Wire Marker Booklet,Ideal,SZ: 1/4 X 1-1/2 IN MRKR,Plastic-Impregnated Cloth
Part #: 44-353
Marker Card,Ideal,Voltage And COND,MED,SZ: 1-1/8 IN W,4-1/2 IN LEN,LGND: 120V
Part #: 86237-I
SET WR 7PC STUBBY FRAC
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    SureTrace™ Circuit Tracer
    SureTrace™ Circuit Tracer

    The tracer can help you find wiring throughout a building including breakers in panels and wiring behind walls and in the floor. Makes a tough job a lot easier!

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    SureTrace™ Circuit Tracer: Tracing Wires in Walls, Floors and Ceilings
    SureTrace™ Circuit Tracer: Tracing Wires in Walls, Floors and Ceilings

    The SureTrace™ Circuit Tracer from IDEAL is a great tool when trying to trace wires in walls, floors and ceilings in a building. It can save you hours of time when trying to locate the wires.

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3rd Annual IDEAL National Championship!

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  • IDEAL Made in the USA Multibit Screwdriver Line
    IDEAL Made in the USA Multibit Screwdriver Line

    Full line of multibit screwdrivers and nutdrivers.  Professional tools for the Professional Electrician.

e-Learning and Training

  • IDEAL PowerPlug™ Luminaire Disconnect
    IDEAL PowerPlug™ Luminaire Disconnect

    Learn about the features of the PowerPlug™ and how it relates to the new NEC code requirements.

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