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#1995 - 06/15/01 12:24 PM Pole riser weatherhead
dtl66 Offline
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Registered: 04/19/01
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Loc: New Bern, North Carolina
I have been trying to find a conduit fitting but I am not sure of the proper term for what I am looking so I thought maybe someone here could help. The fitting I am looking seals around the individual conductors where they exit the conduit such as on a pole riser. I have installed them before on medium and high voltage apps. where you want to avoid the sharp bend of a standard weatherhead but I have never purchased one. I am wondering if the use of U-guard by utilities for this purpose has made these connectors almost obsolete. If anybody thinks they know what I am looking for I would appreciate any info.

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#1996 - 06/15/01 02:20 PM Re: Pole riser weatherhead
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Hello dtl66;
welcome!
i have heard that item refered to as a 'conulator' (*SP*) by the utilities, maybe others will clarify this better...


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