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#45176 - 11/20/04 07:37 AM concrete tight
russ m Offline
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I can't see why the box of bridgeport couplings I have says concrete tight and doesn't include the words (when taped)

Below is from the UL sight that covers the Bridgeport listings.

EMT couplings, set screw type, Cat. Nos. 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 250 (1/2" Connector), 250-I (1/2" Ins. Connector), 251 (3/4" Connector), 251-I (3/4" Ins. Connector), 260 (1/2" Coupling), 261 (3/4" Coupling).

Cat. Nos. 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269.

# Concrete tight when taped.

## Wet locations or rain-tight and concrete tight.

### Concrete tight.

* With or without suffix -2.

** With or without suffix G and/or I and/or -2, -3, -4.

*** With or without suffix G and/or -3.

++ Suitable for rigid metal conduit.



[This message has been edited by russ m (edited 11-20-2004).]
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