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 LT-Series Flexible Metallic Liquid Tight Conduit, 1/2 In x 50 ft., 2 In Bend, Gray
LT-Series Flexible Metallic Liquid Tight Conduit, 1/2 In x 50 ft., 2 In Bend, Gray
Flexible Metallic Liquid Tight Conduit, Series LT, Conduit Trade Size 1/2 In., Flexible Conduit Nominal Length 50 ft., Flexible Conduit Color Gray, Flexible Conduit Core Material Corrosion Resistant Plated Steel, Flexible Conduit Usable Temp. Range -4 Degrees to 176 Degrees F, Flexible Conduit Bend Radius 2 In., Standards JIC, WEEE and RoHS Compliant, Inside Dia. 0.622 In., Outside Dia. 0.820 In., Jacket Material Non Wrinkle PVC
 

Can this conduit be painted?

The manufacturer of this product suggests this liquid tight conduit can be painted. What they cannot answer is what paint to use and how long it will stay on the liquid tight conduit because of the oil-based PVC coating. The manufacturer offers this product in a variety of colors that are available through Grainger’s’ special order process. Please contact us thru your local branch, account representative or at 1-800-323-0620 to order this in a different color.

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6 years, 5 months ago
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MrElectro1
 

Looking for two ceiling fan light swithes for an on/off switch. I purchased some from Home Depot, but they are trash.

I noticed that your spst ceiling fan switch is made from Mexico. It says that it is Heavy Duty and I was wondering if it is better made than the ones from China. I purchase three switches from Home Depot, all from China and they all got stuck open or close withing a year. The last one I bought lasted 4 months. I really would like to buy American, but I do not think they make these little pull chain switches. Do you reccomend the ones from Mexico?
Field of Industry:: retired from city of Austin
Product used for:: water/wastewater instrumentation
Years purchasing from Grainger:: 12
We would like to be more specific, but are not sure which "Heavy Duty" switch you are looking at. Grainger has a couple of switches that might be used. 2X373, is from Mexico and would work for the fan or the light kit. 3AY52 is from China and would work for the light kit if you have one.

Disclaimer:

"The source for the answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are based on the information provided with the question, which may not be complete or may not apply to other situations, and based on product literature and informational materials, the content of which is provided by Grainger’s product suppliers. Grainger disclaims liability for any information it provides in Ask and Answer which later may be alleged or determined by a court of law to be inaccurate or incorrect. The answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are not intended to replace or supplement any professional, engineering or other consultation services available to its product users. Always read, understand, and follow the product information and instructions provided by the manufacturer.
6 years, 5 months ago
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MrElectro1
 
 Floodlight,500 W Quartz Halogen,120V
Floodlight,500 W Quartz Halogen,120V
Micro Floodlight, Lamp Type Quartz Halogen, Fixture Wattage 500, Light Distribution Wide, Voltage 120V, Socket Type RSC Socket Base, Description/Special Features Wet Location, Suggested Lamp Item No. Mfr. No. Q500T3/CL-120V-(FCL), Height 6-1/2 In., Width 8-7/8 In., Depth 3-1/2 In., Mounting Threaded Knuckle, Housing Material Die Cast Aluminum, Housing Finish Dark Bronze, Lamp Included, IP Rating 65, Standards UL/CUL Listed, Series F500
 

Is there an LED floodlight/spotlight with equivalent lumens?

I am trying to light a stained glass window with a 500 - 600 watt incandescant light. I would like to use an LED light instead of incandescant.
Based off the fixture, you are looking for a lumen value at roughly 10,500. Grainger is currently stocking two items that are not exact, but come close:13R132 and 13R134. Respectively, the lumen values are 3,400 and 17,500.
6 years, 5 months ago
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MrElectro1