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We are installing some new controls on a large boiler in a power house.These controls are on the boiler front and the raident heat from the boiler makes the seal tite brittle after about 2 years.Wiring on the old controls terminated in the control on a terminal strip .The new controls terminate with a military connector that has a 1/2" seal tite connector on the cable side. Is there a high temp seal tite that will last in this enviroment. THANKS HYPRESS

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Possibly Electriflex Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit High/Low Temp Type – ATX rated 150°C with recommended T&B high-temp connectors www.electriflex.com/products/tblpost.asp?tbl=ATX


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