New Canister DryConn® for Black Series Waterproof Wire Connectors
June 11, 2012—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
O’Fallon, MO- In response to high demand; King Innovation® is now offering a 500 piece canister for the Black/White and Black/Gray DryConn Waterproof Connectors.
The Black/White 500 piece canister is SKU number 61148 and Black/Gray 500 piece canister SKU number is 61242. DryConn® Black/White,Black/Gray and Black/Blue all make up the Black Series of waterproof connectors. Together, the three cover a variety of UL approved combinations between #22-#6 AWG. New bulk canister items will be available July 1, 2012.
King Innovation’s Black Series Waterproof Connectors were the first of their kind and are known in the industry as quality in waterproof irrigation connectors. DryConn Black Series Connectors are one-step connectors, so no pre-twisting of wires is required. One-step is all it takes for a secure waterproof connection. Connectors are UL 486D Listed, rated 600V, and pre-filled with dielectric silicone sealant to tightly seal splices exposed to condensation, water vapors, or dust. Black Series Connectors are a Contractors’ first choice for irrigation installation and repairs or for use in landscape lighting systems.
For specification sheets, free sample requests, high resolution images, or to contact a representative, please visit us online at www.kinginnovation.com.
King Innovation specializes in the development, design, and manufacture of innovative products to meet customer needs. King’s wide product offering includes DryConn® Waterproof Connectors, Gorilla Nuts™ Cushion Grip Wire Connectors, Contractors’ Choice™ Connectors, SnapTap® Saddles, AlumiConn® Aluminum to Copper Lugs, DryConn® VisiLock™ with SmartGel™, King
Drains®, King Grips®, Comfort Squeeze® ergonomic hand tools, and a variety of accessories.
Located outside St. Louis in O’Fallon, Missouri, the King Innovation headquarters houses its R & D laboratories, manufacturing and office facilities.
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Customer Relations Coordinator