EMT Compression Connector

EMT Compression Connector

An EMT (Electrical Metallic Tubing) Compression Connector is a type of fitting used to connect EMT steel conduit to electrical boxes, enclosures, or other EMT conduit sections.

Product Details​​

Product Overview

  • Standard: JIS C8330 / UL 514B / ANSI / NEMA FB 1
  • Material: Hot – dip galvanized steel

Product Details

The EMT compression connector is typically made of steel and consists of two main components: a compression body and a compression nut. The compression body is threaded on one end to fit into the threaded opening of an electrical box or enclosure. The other end of the compression body is designed to accept the EMT conduit. To make the connection, the EMT conduit is inserted into the compression body, and the compression nut is then threaded onto the compression body. As the compression nut is tightened, it compresses the EMT conduit against the compression body, creating a tight and secure connection.

The EMT compression connector provides several benefits in electrical installations. It ensures a secure attachment between the EMT conduit and the electrical box or enclosure, preventing the conduit from coming loose or disconnecting. It also provides a means of grounding, allowing for proper electrical continuity throughout the system.

Reference and Packing

EMT Compression Connector CVL®
Certified conforming to JIS C 8330 by Quatest No.3
Using for EMT Steel Conduit
UL 797 (USA)
Size (inch)
Product Code
1 1/4
1 1/2

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