Join metal conduit to electrical enclosures, equipment, or other lengths of conduit with these rigid connectors and unions.
As you tighten the integrated compression nut on these connectors, the fitting compresses around the conduit to hold it in place without soldering. The compression nut can be tightened with channel locks or similar tools.
Rain- & Concrete-Tight Compression Connectors
Protect electrical wiring from damage with rain- or concrete-tight compression connectors, which create a tight seal that keeps rain or freshly poured concrete from seeping into the conduit connections. Tighten the integrated compression nut on the fitting with channel locks or similar tools to hold the conduit in place without soldering.
Rain Tight Nylon Insulated
Rain Tight Non-Insulated
Concrete Tight Non-Insulated
Set Screw Connectors
Designed to connect threadless electrical metal tubing (EMT) to an electrical box or electrical enclosure in indoor applications, these fittings feature a set screw on top that is tightened to secure the conduit in place.
Concrete-Tight Set Screw Connectors
These fittings are designed to prevent freshly poured concrete from seeping into conduit connections, which helps ensure that wires can be pulled or replaced later. They have a set screw that secures the conduit in the fitting. Typically used for construction applications where conduit will be buried in concrete, such as floor boxes and service entrances.
Fasten electrical metal tubing (EMT) to an electrical box or enclosure using these two-piece fittings. Simply feed the connector's inner ring up through a knockout in the box, drop in the conduit, and screw on the outer ring to secure it in place. Commonly used when there's not enough room to install set-screw connectors.
Choose these three-piece connectors to join two lengths of metal conduit in applications where the conduit can't be rotated or separated far enough to install a threaded coupling.
Compression Connector Three-Piece
Use these union fittings to connect conduit in applications where the conduit can’t rotate, such as when replacing conduit sections in a system or connecting conduit in tight areas.