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Knock-Out Seals #122167
10/01/05 11:45 PM
10/01/05 11:45 PM
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The gutter shown in this pic contains the main feed to a number of panels at a shopping center. Some extra holes were filled with.....some interesting 'plugs.' Anyone know what they were really intended to be used for?

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Re: Knock-Out Seals #122168
10/02/05 12:26 AM
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Atomic City, ID USA
They look like the plugs plumbers use to seal lines for pressure/standing water testing.....

Someone got creative.... [Linked Image]


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Re: Knock-Out Seals #122169
10/02/05 10:41 AM
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iwire  Offline
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What an electrician that did not have any 4" square blanks?

Anyway I will go with slicks thought or maybe plugs to be used when heating PVC for bending?


Bob Badger
Construction & Maintenance Electrician
Massachusetts
Re: Knock-Out Seals #122170
10/02/05 10:43 AM
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iwire  Offline
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By the way I would also say they where punched out for either pulling or feeding the wires in the opposite pipes.

The folded one also.

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Bob Badger
Construction & Maintenance Electrician
Massachusetts
Re: Knock-Out Seals #122171
10/02/05 05:39 PM
10/02/05 05:39 PM
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Massachusetts
These are T&B Push-Penny® Plugs.
I thought they were for plugging conduits. I never saw them used as KO blanks.

Plug, Conduit, Connectors (Push Penny® Plugs)

Economically seal out grout and plaster from
any fitting or raceway conforming to CSA
dimensional tolerances. Made of flexible plastic,
they push into place and are held fast by
pressure against internal surface of fitting or
raceway. Eliminates need for separate capped
bushing or steel penny and bushing.


Application

[*] To plug open end of conduit or connector
in order to prevent ingress of
trash, dirt or moisture during construction
and remodeling.

Features

[*] Wide range of application; can be
used with rigid metal conduit, intermediate
metal conduit, electrical
metallic tubing, all connnectors and
all bushings.

[*] Designed to stand up to normal
handling and is functionally unaffected
by moisture.

Standard Material
Polyethylene

Standard Finish
As molded

Listed/Certified by:
CSA (LR2884, LR4484)

Conforms to:
U.L. 514B
CSA C22.2 No. 18
NFPA 70-1999 (ANSI)
NEMA FB1

Push-Penny® Plugs

Cat# Size
1470 1/2"
1471 3/4"
1472 1"
1473 1-1/4"
1474 1-1/2"
1475 2"
1476* 2-1/2"
1477* 3"
1478* 3-1/2"
1479* 4"
* Not CSA Certified
CSA File No. 2884
UL not applicable

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Re: Knock-Out Seals #122172
10/03/05 10:43 AM
10/03/05 10:43 AM
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sandsnow  Offline
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Irvine, CA, USA
I wonder how many younger electricians would know what a "penny" is when used in electrical context?


Larry LeVoir
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City of Irvine, CA
Re: Knock-Out Seals #122173
10/03/05 02:46 PM
10/03/05 02:46 PM
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Fairmont, WV, USA
it's easy, a penny is a high current fuse link that is usually protected by the wiring in case of a fault


JFW
Re: Knock-Out Seals #122174
10/03/05 06:54 PM
10/03/05 06:54 PM
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Posts: 4,264
Fullerton, CA USA
"The penny" has been replaced by "The ductape" in the minds of younger guys I think, Larry.


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