Today it seems like a pretty simple concept, but over 100 years ago the conduit outlet body was a radical idea when it was first proposed by engineers here at Crouse-Hinds. Fortunately, Huntington Crouse and Jesse Hinds saw its promise, and the company developed the Crouse-Hinds Condulet, which is a combination of conduit and outlet. And it took off.
One hundred years after the introduction of the Condulet, Cooper Crouse-Hinds remains the leader in conduit outlet bodies. To meet the evolving demand and environments, the Condulet line has grown to include six distinct families of products, manufactured in sand-cast gray iron, sand-cast malleable iron, sand-cast copper-free aluminum and die-cast aluminum. Bodies are offered in 10 different shapes to provide users with the most flexible offering on the market, and the recent introduction of new integrally gasketed Condulet covers saves customers inventory and labor costs.