KH Introduce Wiring Device Seal

Press Release
Thursday, January 24, 2013

KH Industries Introduces new Flip It & Forget It wiring device product line for 15-amp, 20-amp and 50-amp plugs and connectors.

KH Flip Seal wiring devices are industrial grade and feature KH's exclusive Flip It & Forget It™ plug and connector design which seals out dust, dirt, and moisture. KH Flip Seals are used in agriculture, manufacturing, and industrial applications, including silo loaders, welding, and manufacturing.

KH exclusive Flip It & Forget It™ plug and connector design seals out dust, dirt, and moisture. When the connector’s ‘lip’ is flipped over the plug a secure electrical connection is made; if the plug is tugged it will stay connected. To safely disconnect, just give it a hard pull.

KH Flip Seal, "Flip It & Forget It" design features:
    •    Re-wireable design.
    •    Rubber housing with phenolic insert provides rugged and durable construction.
    •    Molded rubber lip on connector provides a moisture, dust, and weather resistant enclosure when flipped over the plug.
    •    Stainless steel screws.

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