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Cable and Conductor Fittings and Connectors

ILSCO

Cable and Conductor Fittings and Connectors

I've been an electrician for over 30 years. For the most part, my electrical field of play has been in the commercial and industrial arena. I've worked with conductors both great and small. One thing I've learned is that a properly secured connection matters.

Big time.
Cable Fittings and Electrical Cable Accessories

ILSCO

Cable Fittings and Electrical Cable Accessories

While I don't normally refer to anything as a fitting when it comes to electrical cabling, I suppose the term, well, fits. If a device can be used to enhance the installation or protection of cables or conductors, it does "fit" the idea.
Hard Hat Safety is More Than Skin Deep

Klein Tools, Inc.

Hard Hat Safety is More Than Skin Deep

Hard hats are a critical piece of safety equipment for those who work in construction. This is especially true for electrical pros, who use the helmets to protect themselves from both accidental impacts and contact with live wires. It’s important to remember, though, that a hard hat isn’t just a hat, it’s a system.
ET Series Electronic Controls (Basic/Basic+)
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Protective Equipment for the Great Outdoors

Klein Tools, Inc.

Protective Equipment for the Great Outdoors

When electrical contractors think of personal protective equipment (PPE), it’s usually in terms of clothing, hard hats and other items meant to buffer a physical impact or the severe burns that could occur in the wake of an arc flash or other catastrophic event.
Temporary Lighting – I Can See Clearly… Now

Bergen Industries, Inc.

Temporary Lighting – I Can See Clearly… Now

I've walked into many a dark room to work… on purpose. As a facility electrician, the darkness was usually why I was there in the first place. Something had gone wrong, and the power to the lighting was out.
RLM Lighting Has Come Out of the Barn

Kichler Lighting

RLM Lighting Has Come Out of the Barn

The great American architect Louis Sullivan was famous for coining the phrase “form follows function,” a maxim that defined many of his own buildings. Essentially, he meant that the shape of an object (or building) should be based on the function it’s intended to serve.
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Arlington Countertop Box Kits
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Kichler Introduces Direct to Ceiling Downlights
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Protector Plates for Adjustable Mud Rings from RACO
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