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AFC Cable Systems

Model # 8028

Internet # 202286682

Store SKU # 163112

1/2 in. x 6 ft. Non-Metallic Liquidtight Whip

$8.07 /each
  • Maximum Voltage Rating of 600V
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Maximum dry temp 90°C and maximum wet temp 75°C

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Model # 8028

Internet # 202286682

Store SKU # 163112

The AFC Cable Systems 1/2 in. x 6 ft. Liquidtite Whip comes with 1 straight non-metallic liquid-tight connector and one 90-degree angle non-metallic liquid-tight connector. This whip is 6 ft. L and comes pre-assembled in a 1/2 in. trade size.

  • 6 ft. in length
  • 1 straight, non-metallic liquid-tight connector and one 90-degree angle non-metallic liquid-tight connector
  • Pre-assembled in a 1/2 in. trade size
  • Black, red and green THHN/THWN conductors
  • Note: product may vary by store

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
10 
Product Height (in.) 
2.25 
Product Length (ft.) 
6 ft 
Product Width (in.) 
10 
Details
Electrical Product Type 
Electrical Cords & Cord Management 
Product Weight (oz.) 
0.868 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
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Can I run 12/2 romex in this to an external disconnect switch on the side of my house to feed a 20 amp GFI outlet

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The local electrical code should be consulted for the proper wiring installation.
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Does the wire in this support 10-2 wire? I'm installing a heater in my garage and want to run this from disconnect.

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March 30, 2016
Want to know if I can just run this from disconnect to heater. I'll be installing 10-2 on 30 amp breaker
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HD Sku # 229541 / Internet # 202286686 / AFC # 8015-HD uses three 10 gauge stranded wires. Thank you!
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What type of wire should I run in Liquidtite Whip conduit?

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I plan to use the fittings and approximately 2 feet of the Liquidtite Whip conduit to make a connection from a weatherproof switch box mounted on the outside of my house to a nearby radon fan (<100 watts). The feed for the switch will be a 20A 12-2 NM circuit.

What gauge and type of conductor (stranded, solid, insulation-spec) should I buy to run through the conduit? (No conductors were supplied with the kit. I will need three: black, white, and green.)
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Since the installation is described as outdoors, a wet rated conductor is indicated. The installation instructions for the radon fan and local codes should be consulted for the proper wiring method (size, type, number of conductors, sealing, etc.).
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when I insert the fittings into the ends do I have to glue them or just push them in?

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You do not need to glue the fittings and they are pushed directly into the conduit.
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