Good Quality Semi-circle wire duct with Adhensive Tape to Philadelphia Factory

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Product Introduction:   1).Material:  Making of PVC Plastic 2).Size: Custom: 3).Appearance: Semi-circle,Color nice and beautiful,Decent packaging 4).Use: For internal wiring,protecting the wire under 1200v 5).Effect: After using,wiring easily and trimly,installing reliably,and is convenient for maintaining and searching and exchanging 6).Lifetime:  Normal use life can be up to 50 years   Features:    1). Toughness: If you bend ,can not be easier to break 2).Hardness:  Under pressure ability,...


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Good Quality Semi-circle wire duct with Adhensive Tape to Philadelphia Factory Detail:

Product Introduction:

 

1).Material:  Making of PVC Plastic

2).Size: Custom:

3).Appearance: Semi-circle,Color nice and beautiful,Decent packaging

4).Use: For internal wiring,protecting the wire under 1200v

5).Effect: After using,wiring easily and trimly,installing reliably,and is convenient for maintaining and searching and exchanging

6).Lifetime:  Normal use life can be up to 50 years

 

Features  

1). Toughness: If you bend ,can not be easier to break

2).Hardness:  Under pressure ability, high impact resistance

3).Fire-resistance: Flame-retardant pvc resin,highly combustion-retardant,quickly self-extinguishing

4).Corrosion resistance : moisture, acid and alkali resistance,, assuring a lower maintenance cost and a longer performance life

5).Non-conductive: excellent electricity insulation, which resist 25kv voltage , assuring a safe system

6).Installation: easy to open and close ,convenient push-pull,installed with solvent cementing and threading joinin

 


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