Hubs, conduit (9 companies found)

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  • Remke Industries

    In-stock electrical connectors AND developing custom solutions.
    Founded in 1964, Remke Industries manufactures in Illinois both standard & custom electrical products. With the widest offering of IN STOCK cord connectors in the industry, the Remke Tuff-Seal farmily of wire management products includes strain relief cord connectors in a variety of sizes &...
  • Gibson Stainless and Specialty, Inc.

    For 22 years, Gibson Stainless & Specialty, Inc. has been a leading provider of stainless steel conduit and fittings for primarily the electrical industry. Gibson Stainless offers conduit, fittings, and various other electrical products that are all 100% stainless steel. Many of our products are...
  • Hubbell Incorporated

    The Company operates through multiple manufacturing divisions and subsidiaries located in North America, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Italy, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The Company participates in a joint venture in Taiwan, and maintains sales offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, and South Korea....
  • Perma-Cote

    Corrosion resistant PVC coated products for conduit systems.
  • Thomas & Betts Corp.

    Thomas & Betts Corporation, a member of the ABB Group, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of essential components used to manage the connection, distribution, transmission and reliability of electrical power in utility, industrial, commercial, and residential...
  • All Current Electrical Sales, Inc.

    For over 30 years, All Current Electrical Sales has been exclusively serving distributors in the electrical business. We are the leading reseller in the electrical components industry with six locations to best serve you. We help you service your customers’ needs in the Industrial end of the...
  • Topaz Lighting

    Conduit Fittings
  • Techspan Industries Inc.

  • Arlington Industries, Inc.

    Arlington Industries, Inc. was founded in 1949, and in its early years served the electrical industry as a regional supplier of zinc die cast fittings. The company was acquired by its present owners in 1956. Since then Arlington has become a leading manufacturer of traditional metallic and...