Electrical Wiring Accessories:
Electrical accessories includes wiring accessories, terminal blocks, conduct fittings, electrical parts, electrical switch parts, and other components like Cable Glands, Cable Glands Accessories, Electrical Terminals, Neutral Links, Terminal Blocks, Earth Blocks, Earth Terminal Blocks, HRC Fuse Connectors.
Cable glands are most suitable for single / multiple wire armored or sheathed cables. These electrical wiring accessories are corrosion resistant. Cable glands come with various kinds of threads like Pg threads, metric threads, BW-Type, CW-Type, Alco-Type etc. with brass & S.S. Lock nuts. Brass cable glands can be used as conduit fittings and terminal ends.
Cable Glands Accessories:
Application Adaptors or Reducers: Use with the cable glands for fittings dissimilar threads. Stop Plugs: Stop Plugs amy be used to terminate threaded entries. Locknuts: Locknuts used in fastening glands to the gland plate. PVC Shrouds: Use with cable gland to provide additional IP rating. Thread Seals: To improve the IP rating between the enclosures and gland. Options Applicable for Adaptors, Reducers, Stop Plugs and Locknuts Thread: ISO Metric ET NPT NPS BSP BSPT PG Plating: Electroplated Nickel (NP) Zinc (ZP) Chrome (CP) Tin (TP) Material Brass CZ121 MS Aluminum & Stainless Steel 316 Size in Metric From M12 to M90
Electrical block terminals are quite useful in variety of electric equipment which control and regulate reliable supply of electric current in the circuits relentlessly. Electrical block terminals are quite reliable and are used in many a type of electric apparatus. They show superior performance in their course of service to enhance the surety and longevity to the apparatus to which they are connected or used in.
Neutral links & neutral bars, come with multi sockets and screws to accommodate as many as 14 to 20 neutral wires to minimize space and enhance their performance and management of the neutral links & neutral bars become easier.
HRC Fuse Connectors:
HRC fuse connectors and HRC fuse links are used in Instrumentation, Telecommunications, and other Plastic Cases Assembly.
Brass Building Hardware:
Building hardware is a group of metal hardware specifically used for protection, decoration, and convenience in buildings. Building products do not make any part of a building, rather they support them and make them work. It usually supports fixtures like windows, doors, and cabinets. Common examples include door handles, door hinges, bolts, latches, numerals, letter plates, switch plates, and door knockers. Builders hardware is commonly available in brass, steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and iron. Main suppliers in the world of builders hardware mainly exist in China, India, Mexico and some in the U.S.
A hinge is a type of bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them. Two objects connected by an ideal hinge rotate relative to each other about a fixed axis of rotation. Hinges may be made of flexible material or of moving components. In biology, many joints function as hinges.
There are many types of door hinges. The main types include: Barrel hinge, Pivot hinges, Butt/Mortise hinges, Case hinges, Continuous hinges, or piano hinges, Concealed hinges, Butterfly hinges, or Parliament (UK) Hinges, Flag hinges, Strap hinges, H hinges, HL hinges.
A door handle is used to open or close a door. In the United States, door handle can refer to any fixed or lever-operated door latch device, including on car doors. The term door knob (or simply doorknob) tends to refer to round operating mechanisms.
Sanitary Fittings Parts:
Brass Sanitary Fittings are used in pipe and plumbing systems to connect straight pipe or tubing sections, to adapt to different sizes or shapes, and to regulate fluid flow, for example. Fittings, especially uncommon types, can be expensive, and require time, materials, and tools to install, so they are a non-trivial part of piping and plumbing systems. Valves are technically fittings, but are usually discussed separately.
A pipe fitting installed between two lengths of pipe or tube allowing a change of direction, usually 90° or 45°. The ends may be machined for butt welding, threaded (usually female), or socketed, etc. When the two ends differ in size, it is called a reducing or reducer elbow. Most elbows are available in short radius or long radius of types. The short radius elbows have a center to end distance equal to the Nominal Pipe Size (NPS) in inches, while the long radius is 1.5 times the NPS in inches. Short elbows are universally available; long elbows are readily available in acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS, plastic), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) for DWV, sewage and central vacuums, chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) and copper for 1950s to 1960s houses with copper drains.
A reducer allows for a change in pipe size to meet hydraulic requirements of the system or to adapt to existing piping of a different size. Reducers are usually concentric but eccentric reducers are used when required to maintain the same top- or bottom-of-pipe level.
A tee is used to either combine or split a fluid flow. Most common are tees with the same inlet and outlet sizes, but 'reducing' tees are available as well.