Route conduit into wiring troughs to keep wires and cables contained and protected from dust, debris, and damage. Sometimes called wiring gutters, these long, slim enclosures can serve as junction, distribution, or termination points and are typically used near an electrical service entrance to branch large runs of wires or cables into smaller runs.
The drip shield top and seamless joints on these NEMA-rated rain-tight wiring troughs keep rain and dripping water out of the enclosure and prevent damage to wires and cables inside the trough. The troughs don't have pre-punched knockout holes, so you can drill knockout holes into the box to match the alignment and size of your conduit and fittings.
Powder Coat Steel
Rain-Tight with Knockouts
These NEMA-rated rain-tight wiring troughs have a drip shield top and seamless joints to keep rain and dripping water from entering the enclosure and damaging wires and cables inside the trough. They have pre-punched knockout holes that allow you to connect conduit and fittings to the trough without having to drill your own holes.