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Old 07-28-2014, 09:12 PM   #1
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To my expert friends in the field, who makes the best expansion coupling, T&B, OZ Gedney or Crouse Hinds? Got a contractor from NJ who needs some for a job and not sure which brand to go with. They all look the same except for the T&B style seems way bigger, which means more money. So I'm reaching out to the Electrical Gods for some help. Thanks
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To my expert friends in the field, who makes the best expansion coupling, T&B, OZ Gedney or Crouse Hinds? Got a contractor from NJ who needs some for a job and not sure which brand to go with. They all look the same except for the T&B style seems way bigger, which means more money. So I'm reaching out to the Electrical Gods for some help. Thanks
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To my expert friends in the field, who makes the best expansion coupling, T&B, OZ Gedney or Crouse Hinds? Got a contractor from NJ who needs some for a job and not sure which brand to go with. They all look the same except for the T&B style seems way bigger, which means more money. So I'm reaching out to the Electrical Gods for some help. Thanks
...price shop and pick the cheapest, its only an expansion coupling. Also, make sure the bonding strap is included .
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...price shop and pick the cheapest, its only an expansion coupling. Also, make sure the bonding strap is included .
Very good point about the binding strap. Thanks for your advice
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"Iron" is an element, mined from ore in the ground, not very strong. "Steel" is an alloy made from iron & carbon, which much stronger than plain iron.
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