Plasti-Bond, a RobRoy Company

General Service Series Image
  • Form 8 Style Cover Uses Plastic Encapsulated Stainless Steel Screws with Retainers Built Into Covers for Trade Sizes 1/2" through 2"
  • Form 7 Style Cover Uses Retained Stainless Screw and Wedge Clip Design
  • Integral V-Seal Gasket on Form 8 Style, Sizes 1/2" Through 2"
  • Sealing Sleeves on All Conduit Openings
  • 40 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 2 mil Red Urethane Interior Coating
  • 10 Trade Sizes from 1/2" Through 4"
Plasti-Bond REDH2OT conduit bodies with covers are offered in Form 8 and Form 7 styles, each with numerous configurations to provide a complete coated conduit system. Conduit bodies may be used to make 90? bends, for pull outlets, to provide for taps or splices, to act as a mounting outlet for wiring devices or lighting fixtures, etc. Form 8 style fittings 1/2" 2" have an integral V-Seal gasket for superior corrosion protection. Electrical continuity of the conduit system is maintained across assembled joints.
Mogul Series Image
  • 40 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 2 mil Red Urethane Interior Coating
  • 8 Trade Sizes from 1" through 4"
  • Sealing Sleeves on All Conduit Openings
  • Molded-In Seal between Bodies and Covers
  • Large Cover Openings Provide Ample Room
Plasti-Bond REDH2OT mogul style conduit bodies are offered in numerous configurations to provide a complete coated conduit system. Mogul BG Covers are sold separately. Mogul style fitting bodies have long openings and may be used to make bends in conduit runs, for pull outlets for stiff conductors, to provide additional room for taps or splices, etc. Electrical continuity of the conduit system is maintained across assembled joints.
Mogul Series Image
  • 40 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 2 mil Red Urethane Interior Coating
  • 8 Trade Sizes from 1 Through 4
Plasti-Bond REDH2OT mogul style conduit bodies are offered in numerous configurations to provide a complete coated conduit system. Mogul BG Covers are sold separately. Mogul style fitting bodies have long openings and may be used to make bends in conduit runs, for pull outlets for stiff conductors, to provide additional room for taps or splices, etc. Electrical continuity of the conduit system is maintained across assembled joints.
LBY Series Image
  • 40 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 2 mil Red Urethane Interior Coating
  • 5 Trade Sizes from 1/2" through 1-1/2"
  • Sealing Sleeves on all Conduit Openings
  • Molded PVC Gasket Seals Fitting Cover to Body
Plasti-Bond REDH2OT LBY type elbows are used as service entrance elbows between service entrance and vertical weatherhead conduit runs, to change direction of a conduit run 90 degrees when space is limited, and for pull outlets. They may be used for general service or hazardous locations.
Beam Clamps Series Image
  • 20 mil minimum gray PVC exterior coating on all types of beam clamps
  • Right angle clamps supplied with plastic encapsulated screws
  • All clamps specifically sized to fit PVC coated conduit
  • Right angle and parallel clamps available in 10 trade sizes 1/2" through 4"
  • Edge clamps available in 3 trade sizes 1/2" through 1"
  • Hanger rod beam clamps available with 5 different jaw openings 15/16" through 2-1/8"
Plasti-Bond PVC coated beam clamps are used to securely support conduit runs by attaching them to beams, angles, trusses and other structural members. They are available in the following styles:
  • Window Clamp To attach strut at a 90 degree angle to a beam or structural member.
  • Parallel to attach the conduit run parallel to a beam or structural member.
  • Edge to attach the conduit run at a 90 degree angle to a thin beam or structural member.
  • Right Angle to attach the conduit run at a 90 degree angle to a beam or structural member.
  • U-Bolt To attach the conduit run to a structural member or support.
  • Hanger Rod Beam Clamp to attach a single all thread rod to a beam or structural member.
Clamp Back Spacer Series Image
  • 20 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 10 Trade Sizes from 1/2" through 4"
Plasti-Bond PVC coated clamp back spacers are used with malleable or stamped pipe straps to provide a mounting stand-off for a conduit from a wall or other structure.
Conduit Clamp Hanger Series Image
  • 20 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 10 Trade Sizes from 1/2" through 4"
Plasti-Bond PVC coated conduit clamp hangers are used with threaded rod to securely suspend conduit runs supported from above. They are provided with stainless steel hardware.
REDH2OT Series Image
  • 40 Mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 2 Mil Red Urethane Interior Coating over Galvanized Threads
  • 12 Trade Sizes from 1/2" through 6"
  • Sealing Sleeves on Both Ends
  • Molded External Ribs on 1/2" 4" To Prevent Tool Damage during Assembly
  • Couplings Are Straight Tapped
PVC coated rigid metal conduit couplings with red urethane interior coating connects coated conduit sections. Electrical continuity is maintained across assembled joints. PVC sleeves on couplings seal off on conduit PVC coating when assembled to prevent corrosive liquids and vapors from attacking threaded joints.
XJG Series Image
  • Available with Either 4" or 8" Maximum Movement
  • Sealing Sleeves on All Conduit Openings
  • 10 Trade Sizes from 1/2" through 4"
  • 2 mil Red Urethane Interior Coating
  • 40 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • Internally Grounded
Plasti-Bond REDH2OT XJG type expansion joints are used to connect two lengths of conduit subject to longitudinal movement, including that caused in long runs by thermal expansion and contraction.
REDH2OT Series Image
  • 20 Mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • Available in 11 Trade Sizes
REDH2OT Plasti-Bond PVC coated strut straps & J hangers are used with coated strut to support conduit installations in a variety of configurations. Strut straps may be used in either vertical or horizontal positions to support conduit. Both are provided with stainless steel hardware. Conduit spacing may be as close together as allowed by the couplings. J hangers may be used with hanger rods or other means of support to securely fasten conduit runs.
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