STRATFORD, Conn. - Jan. 30, 2017 - PRLog -- Bridgeport's patent-pending ICE Series Inside Corner Elbow provides value-added benefits compared to a standard 90º corner elbow. The Bridgeport solution not only enables installation in locations where the side or back of the elbow is inaccessible but also allows for multiple conduit runs to be installed in parallel with no interference when accessing the elbow's cover.
The ICE Series' smooth inner cover protects conductors and cables while maintaining the proper bending radius. The cover provides a smooth pulling surface for the conductors to glide against. And for easy access when adding or removing cables or conductors from the conduit run, contractors can simply pop off the elbow cover with a screwdriver and then reinstall it by hand.
Bridgeport's new ICE Series has many applications in commercial and residential construction including above-ceiling installation for communications and power, hard-to-reach 90-degree bends under decks and below floors, data rooms and closets, and OEM equipment such as air handling systems.
For a video on the benefits of Bridgeport's new Inside Corner Elbow, click here.
Bridgeport's ICE Series Inside Corner Elbow is part of Bridgeport's full range of electrical solutions that can be found in the "Wall of Orange™" – a completely stocked selection of quality electrical fittings and innovative product solutions available from major electrical distributorships across the U.S. and Canada.
For more information about Bridgeport's solutions that help contractors become more productive on the job site, contact: Bridgeport Fittings, Inc., 705 Lordship Blvd., Stratford, CT 06615; Tel: (203) 377-5944; Fax: (203) 381-3488; or visit Bridgeport's Website at http://www.bptfittings.com.
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January 30, 2017 at 15:53 PM EST