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Sealing Fittings


ENY Series Image
  • Tri-Coat Finish of electrozinc, chromate sealant, and electrostatically applied powder coating
The purpose of seals in a Class I hazardous location is to minimize the passage of gases and vapors and prevent the passage of flames from one electrical installation to another through the conduit system. Seals are required to be installed within 18 inches on any conduit run entering an enclosure which contains devices that may produce arcs, sparks, or high temperature. Where two enclosures are connected by a run of conduit.
EY Series Image
  • Tri-Coat Finish of electrozinc, chromate sealant, and electrostatically applied powder coating
The purpose of seals in a Class I hazardous location is to minimize the passage of gases and vapors and prevent the passage of flames from one electrical installation to another through the conduit system. Seals are required to be installed within 18 inches on any conduit run entering an enclosure which contains devices that may produce arcs, sparks, or high temperature. Where two enclosures are connected by a run of conduit.
EYD Series Image
  • Tri-Coat Finish of electrozinc, chromate sealant, and electrostatically applied powder coating
The purpose of seals in a Class I hazardous location is to minimize the passage of gases and vapors and prevent the passage of flames from one electrical installation to another through the conduit system. Seals are required to be installed within 18 inches on any conduit run entering an enclosure which contains devices that may produce arcs, sparks, or high temperature. Where two enclosures are connected by a run of conduit.
EYS Series Image
  • Tri-Coat Finish of electrozinc, chromate sealant, and electrostatically applied powder coating
The purpose of seals in a Class I hazardous location is to minimize the passage of gases and vapors and prevent the passage of flames from one electrical installation to another through the conduit system. Seals are required to be installed within 18 inches on any conduit run entering an enclosure which contains devices that may produce arcs, sparks, or high temperature. Where two enclosures are connected by a run of conduit.
REDH2OT Series Image
  • Sealing Sleeves on All Conduit Openings
  • NEC/CEC Hazardous Location Rated
  • 2 Mil Red Urethane Interior Coating
  • 40 Mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 10 Trade Sizes from 1/2 to 4 in
Plasti-Bond REDH2OT Sealing Fittings are used in conduit runs to stop gasses, vapors or flames from migrating from one part of the conduit system to another. This limits the spread of any potential explosion, enhancing safety. The PVC and urethane coatings of the fittings protect them from corrosive atmospheres so they can continue to function in hazardous locations. These fittings are available in several different configurations and with optional breathers and drains to accommodate installation in a variety of locations and positions. The EYD style of fittings is for installation in vertical conduit runs. The EYS and EYSX style fittings are for installation in either vertical or horizontal runs.
These Plasti-Bond REDH2OT sealing fittings should be used with a suitable system of sealing compound, such as Chico A, Chico X or Chico A-P from Crouse-Hinds. Follow the installation instructions included with the sealing compound.
  • Large Opening Provides Maximum Working Room for Creating Dam and Seal Pouring to Speed up Installation
  • Precision NPT Threaded Hubs Enable Trouble-Free Field Installation for Rigid or IMC Conduit
  • Limits Flames and/or Explosions to Area Within Electrical System Where They Originate
  • Compact Design Permits Close Construction of Parallel Conduit Runs
  • Copper-Free Aluminum Provides Increased Corrosion Resistance
  • Precision Cast and Machined Surfaces Permit Safer Wire Pulling
  • Limits Pressure Piling
Required by NEC for conduit systems in hazardous locations 18" from an enclosure housing a heat producing or arcing device; on 2" and larger system that enters an enclosure containing splices; wherever conduit leaves a Class I, Division I area and enters a non-hazardous area
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