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Galvanized 90-Degree Elbow, 6.00x6.00, Steel

Galvanized 90-Degree Elbow, 6.00x6.00, Steel

MFG #F6690EGV

$82.50 / E
Each
Product Description:
Lay-in Galvanized 90-Degree Elbows are used for right-angle installations. Any side can be removed, retaining lay-in feature regardless of how the elbow is oriented. Lay-in feature allows wires and cables can be laid in along wireway run. No pulling through of wires or cables prevents damage to insulation that often occurs in a pull-through wiring system. Sides are held together with screws.
HESCO Part Number
HFF6690EGV
UPC
783510885601
Manufacturer Part Number
F6690EGV
Manufacturer
Hoffman

Galvanized 90-Degree Elbow, 6.00x6.00, Steel

MFG #F6690EGV

$82.50 / E
Each
Product Description:
Lay-in Galvanized 90-Degree Elbows are used for right-angle installations. Any side can be removed, retaining lay-in feature regardless of how the elbow is oriented. Lay-in feature allows wires and cables can be laid in along wireway run. No pulling through of wires or cables prevents damage to insulation that often occurs in a pull-through wiring system. Sides are held together with screws.
HESCO Part Number
HFF6690EGV
UPC
783510885601
Manufacturer Part Number
F6690EGV
Manufacturer
Hoffman

Galvanized 90-Degree Elbow, 6.00x6.00, Steel

MFG #F6690EGV

Product Description:
Lay-in Galvanized 90-Degree Elbows are used for right-angle installations. Any side can be removed, retaining lay-in feature regardless of how the elbow is oriented. Lay-in feature allows wires and cables can be laid in along wireway run. No pulling through of wires or cables prevents damage to insulation that often occurs in a pull-through wiring system. Sides are held together with screws.
HESCO Part Number
HFF6690EGV
UPC
783510885601
Manufacturer Part Number
F6690EGV
Manufacturer
Hoffman
$82.50 / E
Each
  • Lay-in Galvanized 90-Degree Elbows are used for right-angle installations
  • Any side can be removed, retaining lay-in feature regardless of how the elbow is oriented
  • Lay-in feature allows wires and cables can be laid in along wireway run
  • No pulling through of wires or cables prevents damage to insulation that often occurs in a pull-through wiring system
  • Sides are held together with screws