Dual Gang Shallow Concrete Floor Box, Semi-Adjustable, Brass| Q&A
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The Lew Electric SH-6262-58 is a cast iron concrete floor box with a dual gang brass top. The box offers 1" of adjustability before it is installed, the box cannot be adjusted after installation. The box is shallow making it perfect for concrete installations of 2.5" to 3" in depth. There are six 3/4" knockouts on the box to run your wires to. The box ships with a protective cement cover to keep the box clean and safe during concrete pouring.
Cover Sold Separately
The box does not ship with a cover, there are several options available that are sold separately. If the box is to be used in a carpeted area, a sold separately carpet flange can be ordered, the CF-1100 series carpet flange adds 3/8" of height to accommodate the carpet and padding. For tile applications no flange is needed, simply pour your concrete to the level of the tile frame less the thickness of the tile. To further make installation as easy as possible, screws are provided to mount the cover assembly to the box. The box is UL listed for the USA, and cUL listed for Canada installations.
- Top: Brass
- Requires cover, sold separately
- Size: Dual gang, partitioned
- For concrete installations of 2.5" to 3" depth
- 1" of adjustability before installation
- 25 cubic inches of interior space
- Six 3/4" knockouts
- UL and cUL listed, # 514A, 489H
- Includes construction cap
- Includes cover screws to secure to box
- Box dimensions: 4.25" x 6.88"
- Box depth: 2.10" deep
- Can be used with carpet or tile
- Warranty: 1 year
Requires cover, sold separately
Size: Dual gang, partitioned
For concrete installations of 2.5" to 3" depth
1" of adjustability before installation
25 cubic inches of interior space
Six 3/4" knockouts
UL and cUL listed, # 514A, 489H
Includes construction cap
Includes cover screws to secure to box
Box dimensions: 4.25" x 6.88"
Box depth: 2.10" deep
Can be used with carpet or tile
Warranty: 1 year
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is there a divder for low and high voltage
Yes, there is a divider.