Non-metallic right-angle connectors for Heyco-Flex I conduit and Heyco-Flex II tubing offer a liquid-tight connection. No disassembly is required to attach the conduit onto the connector or tubing. Simply push the conduit onto the connector ferrule, then hand tighten the domed sealing nut. Since the conduit is not threaded onto the ferrule (simply turn the conduit in a clockwise direction while pushing on the connector), no potential leak paths are created, and both the connector and conduit are reusable. In addition, the connectors feature a 90-degree bend that reduces the space required to route the conduit or tubing in the desired direction. Heyco Products Inc. Product Code 4320
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