What's special about these receptacle boxes?
- Allows you to easily make changes to or maintenance your electrical system
- Specifically designed for installing electrical outlets or conduit runs and splices. Uses single gang electrical device cover
- Able to house wires and wiring devices, as well as provide an opening to splice, tap or pull conductors
- Single gang, surface mounted electrical box has one conduit entrance hub in each of its two short walls
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These boxes are used for straight line conduit runs and splices. To secure the box once you have placed your wiring, simply affix a single gang electrical device cover onto it. Designed for outlet box installations, this single-gang surface mounted electrical box has one conduit entrance opening in each of its two shorter ends. Can be used as an outlet box for a wiring device, or as a junction box for wire splicing; however, the FSC is not designed as a lidded junction box.
|PART #||DESCRIPTION||PRICE / Unit|
|CTX-5133463||Cantex Rigid PVC 1/2" Type FSC Outlet Box|
|CTX-5133464||Cantex Rigid PVC 3/4" Type FSC Outlet Box|
- Perfect for residential or commercial construction – anywhere you need to add an electrical box
- Meets all standards for: UL 514B , UL Control # 39N9, Rigid PVC
- CSA Certified
- 1 year manufacturer’s warranty - PDF
Ideal for use with:
- Electrical Non-Metallic Conduit
- Sprinkler systems
- New and Retrofit Applications
Type FSC Single Gang Dimensions
|PART #||DESCRIPTION||A||B||C||D||E||F||PRICE / Unit|
|CTX-5133463||1/2" Type FSC Outlet Box||2-13/16"||4-9/16"||2-5/8"||2-3/8"||3-1/2"||7/8"|
|CTX-5133464||3/4" Type FSC Outlet Box||2-13/16"||4-9/16"||2-5/8"||2-3/8"||3-1/2"||1-1/16"|
|No of Gangs||1|
|Number of Hubs||2|
|Hub Location||One at each end|
|UL Standards||UL 514B and UL 65|
|NEMA||TC 6 and 8|
|Other Listings||Marine Listed with approved cover|
|Classification||PVC Device Box|
MANUALS & USER GUIDES -
Difference between Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 Conduit
The difference between Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 lies in the thickness of the wall of the piping. The Schedule 40 has a thinner wall than the Schedule 80 piping even when dealing with the same size pipe. Because the pipes are the same size on the outside, the difference lies in the interior. They will differ by inside diameter.
A 1" (25.4 mm) Schedule 40 pipe will have an outside diameter of 1.315" (33.4 mm) and an inside diameter of 1.029" (26.1 mm). A 1" (25.4 mm) Schedule 80 pipe will have an outside diameter of 1.315" (33.4 mm) and an inside diameter of 0.936" (23.8 mm).
They will look identical from the exterior. The reason for the difference is that thicker piping allows for larger pressure. Thinner piping and fittings however are less expensive typically.
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