Snap bushings

  • 12-Jul-2011 09:26 EDT

Heyco’s Reducer snap bushings insulate and protect electrical and telecommunications cables, tubing, hose, rope, and utility lines. They provide a neater look where cable-outer-diameter to bushing-inner-diameter clearance is minimized. The units are designed for mounting hole diameters from 0.375 in to 2.0 in and panel thicknesses up to 0.125 in. They are made from 6/6 nylon, insert into mounting holes with fingertip pressure, feature locking fingers that secure the bushing in fractional increments up to the maximum panel thickness, and withstand a pushback force of 35 lb.

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