UL-Listed Kenny Clamps From Galvan Meet NEC Requirements For Grounding To Enclosures

HARRISBURG, NC - Galvan Industries is now offering fast delivery on its new line of Kenny Clamps - the only connectors to satisfy NEC standards for the grounding of electrode conductors to enclosures and separately derived systems.

Available in 10 solid and stranded wire configurations, the new Kenny Clamps are UL 486A listed for connectors and comply with UL 467 requirements for grounding and bonding of electrode conductors in panel boards, pad mounts, dry type transformers, metallic raceways and enclosures.

Before Kenny Clamps contractors sometimes used sheet metal screws or non-listed connectors for grounding enclosures - neither of which is NEC-compliant. New Kenny Clamps attach grounding electrode conductors and bond the enclosure. They also act as a bonding jumper from the enclosure to XO of the transformer. The new clamps are true cost-savers: they help installers avoid time-consuming tasks while enhancing connection integrity and safety.

Galvan Industries' electrical grounding products are used in a wide variety of residential, commercial and industrial applications. These include construction, cable TV, lightning protection, power generation, telecommunications and OEM markets.

Galvan products are stocked at strategic sites around the country to assure fast deliveries. To learn more, or for ordering, contact Galvan Industries at 1-800-277-5678, Fax (704) 455-5215; e-mail: Visit Galvan on the web at

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