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Hazardous-Location Junction Boxes

Hazardous-Location Junction Boxes

Rated for use in specific environments where flames, chemicals, or flammable or explosive materials may be present, hazardous-location junction boxes connect sections of conduit and provide access to wires and cables for maintenance, splicing, and pulling. Their removable cover and gasket protect the electrical connections inside the box from water, dirt, and damage. These compact junction boxes can fit in tight spaces and are commonly used in refineries, chemical plants, grain elevators, power plants, and wastewater treatment plants.

Shape C

Connect conduit in a straight line with shape C junction boxes. They have a round body with two hubs on the side that are set 180° apart from each other.

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Shape CA

Similar to round shape C junction boxes, shape CA junction boxes have a round body with two hubs on the side that are set 180° apart from each other. They also have a third hub on the back opposite the cover and perpendicular to the two side hubs.

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Shape E

Also known as dead ends, round shape E junction boxes have a single hub on the side. They provide an access point to electrical wiring at the end of a conduit run.

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Shape EA

Shape EA junction boxes have a round body with two hubs set at a 90° angle from each other. One hub is on the side of the box and the other hub is on the back of the box opposite the box cover.

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Shape L

Form 90° turns in a conduit run with these shape L junction boxes. They have a round body with two hubs on the side that are perpendicular to each other.

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Shape LB

Create a 90° turn in a conduit system with shape LB junction boxes. One hub is on the side of the box's round body and one is off-center and opposite the box cover.

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Shape N

Make a slight change in direction in a conduit system with these round shape N junction boxes. They have two hubs on the side of the junction box set at a wide angle to each other.

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Shape T

Add a branch to a straight conduit run with round shape T junction boxes. They have three hubs on the side for connecting three sections of conduit in a tee shape.

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Shape TA

Round shape TA junction boxes have three hubs on the side of the box that form a tee shape and one hub on the back of the box opposite the box cover.

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Round

Shape X

Branch conduit in four directions with these round shape X junction boxes. They have four hubs on the side that are spaced 90° apart from each other for connecting four sections of conduit in an X shape.

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Shape XAT

Join five sections of conduit with round shape XAT junction boxes. They have four hubs on the side that form an X shape and a fifth hub on the back opposite the cover opening.

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7 Hub

These square junction boxes have seven hubs for connecting conduit to the box. The left and right sides each have two hubs, the top and bottom each have one hub, and the back has one hub opposite the cover opening.

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13 Hub

Make a range of connections with these square junction boxes, which have 13 hubs. There are two hubs on each of the four sides, and five hubs on the back opposite the cover opening.

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Covers & Gaskets

Replace old or damaged covers and gaskets on your hazardous location junction boxes to protect the wiring inside junction boxes from moisture, debris, and damage. Covers are installed over the opening on the junction box and can be removed to provide access to wires for pulling, splicing, and maintenance. Gaskets are inserted between the cover and the junction box to seal out water and other liquids.

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