Hammond Manufacturing: Type 1 Galvanized Lay-In Wireway CWG Series

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November 23, 2022

 

Application  

  • •Construction designed to ensure electrical continuity and to permit fast and easy indoor installation of multiple wireway runs.

 

Standards  

  • •UL-50 Type 1
  • •cUL Type 1
  • •Complies with
    • •IEC 60529, IP20

 

Construction  

  • •Formed from 16 or 14 gauge unpainted G90 galvanized steel
  • •Flat covers have keyhole screw slots
  • •Straight sections are offered with/without adequate concentric knockouts (1/2″, 3/4″ conduit size)
  • •Unobstructed interior speeds up laying of cables
  • •Optional hanger brackets allow for vertical or horizontal mounting
  • •Joiners sold separately

 

Finish

  • •Sections, components, and couplings are unpainted galvanized

 

To learn more about the Type 1 Galvanized Lay-In Wireway CWG Series from Hammond Manufacturing, click here 

 

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