You probably don’t give much thought to stainless steel electrical connectors given that they’re just small pieces of very large systems. Most of the time they’re commodity components that don’t get much attention.
That is, of course, until they fail.
Corrosion, extreme temperatures, chemical seepage, and electrical shorts are just the beginning of potential disaster that can happen in any industry. This can result in production downtime, safety issues and contamination problems if even just one connector goes bad.
It’s critical to use the right stainless steel connector for the job.
Learn about the different types, and how to choose the right one for your application...