Install corrosion-resistant PVC conduit bodies between sections of conduit to provide access to wires and cables for maintenance, splicing, and pulling. They provide more space to pull wires than pulling elbows and have a removable cover that protects the electrical connections inside the conduit body from water, dirt, and damage.
Add an access port to straight conduit runs with shape C conduit bodies. They have two hubs that are inline with the cover opening and set 180° apart from each other.
Also known as dead ends, shape E conduit bodies have a single hub on the side. They provide an access point to electrical wiring at the end of a conduit run.
Make a 90° turn in your conduit run with shape LB conduit bodies. They have two hubs that are set at a right angle to each other. One hub is on the side of the body and the other is opposite the cover opening.
Change the direction of your conduit run with shape LL conduit bodies. They have two hubs on the side of the body that are set at 90° to each other.
Connect conduit sections at 90° to make a change in the direction of your conduit run with shape LR conduit bodies. They have two hubs on the side of the body that are set at 90° to each other.
Use shape T conduit bodies to connect three sections of conduit. These conduit bodies have three hubs that form a tee shape. There is one hub at each end of the cover opening and the third hub exits on the side of the cover opening.
Stock fewer types of conduit bodies with these versatile universal conduit bodies. They have three movable flanged hubs that can be installed in different positions to convert the conduit body to an elbow, tee, or inline shape. They also come with covers for closing off unused hubs.