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Re: Heat Shrink Electrical Fittings

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John T

06-19-2013 11:15:44
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In our facility the electricians carried HEAT GUNS and that was official policy, now whose to say if lighters or small torches or other flame producing devices were ever used????????? Of course, the safe response and answer has to be a heat gun for me an engineer at least, so now you go n use whatever your little heart desires, your house your life any risk choices are yours.

Best wishes, keep safe n God Bless

John T

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George Marsh

06-19-2013 11:33:16
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 Re: Heat Shrink Electrical Fittings in reply to John T, 06-19-2013 11:15:44  
JohnT,
Ever see a heat gun used to bend plastic conduit?
George



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Dusty MI

06-20-2013 04:12:08
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 Re: Heat Shrink Electrical Fittings in reply to George Marsh, 06-19-2013 11:33:16  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

I just ran some 2" PVC from house to new shop, used heat gun to bend a kick in it.

Bend 90*s in 1/2" & 3/4" with heat gun.

John T when you mentioned electricians carrying heat guns, I get the picture on them having hand gun holster, from the old west movies, with a heat gun in it and a cord dangling out.
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Dusty



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John T

06-19-2013 11:58:12
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 Re: Heat Shrink Electrical Fittings in reply to George Marsh, 06-19-2013 11:33:16  
Dont recall off hand, I been away from the practice a longgggggggggg timeeeeeeeeee lol but like the sound of it

John T



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George Marsh

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 Re: Heat Shrink Electrical Fittings in reply to John T, 06-19-2013 11:58:12  
JohnT,
My brother-in-law built a new 2 slip boat dock in Florida. One for the bass boat and one for the toon. Both have boat lifts. The critters will eat the wires like candy. So, he ran all his wires in plastic conduit. Did a slick job making special bends so conduit would fit nicely along the posts and come out a little to fit in the boxes. To date, no critter has eaten through the conduit. The heat gun worked perfectly. George

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