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New PVC Conduit Benders Offer Solutions for Many Contractor Needs

17 July 2017

Southwire Tools & Equipment is proud to introduce a new line of heavy-duty PVC conduit benders, helping users increase efficiency when heating and bending PVC conduit. The line is manufactured in the USA and offers three options, which feature both motorized and manual conduit-bending options. Image credit: SouthwireSouthwire Tools & Equipment is proud to introduce a new line of heavy-duty PVC conduit benders, helping users increase efficiency when heating and bending PVC conduit. The line is manufactured in the USA and offers three options, which feature both motorized and manual conduit-bending options. Image credit: SouthwireSouthwire Tools & Equipment is introducing a new line of heavy-duty PVC conduit benders that helps users increase efficiency when heating and bending PVC conduit. This new line is made in the USA and has three options that feature motorized and manual conduit-bending options. Southwire is also offering two individual plug kits, with plugs ranging in size from two to six inches. This ensures a solution for a wide range of contractor needs.

Southwire is introducing BENDdolly™ Bending Platform along with the PVC Benders. The BENDdolly™ Bending Platform is a lightweight bending solution for EMT, IMC and GRC conduit. The Chicago-style bender has bending shoes in ½” to 1-¼” sizes and interchangeable bending shoes. It is also a companion tool to the BENDstation Platform. The BENDdolly™ platform can be changed to the BENDstation™ with a shared group of bending shoes in a matter of minutes.

Southwire Tools & Equipment now offers a complete line of bending solutions. Southwire’s list of bending solutions includes the BENDdolly™ Platforms, BENDstation™ Workstations, BENDmax™ Compact Power Bender, PVC Benders and the BENDmax™ Power Bender.

To learn more about these new bending solutions, visit the Southwire website.

To contact the author of this article, email Siobhan.Treacy@ieeeglobalspec.com


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