AC WORKS® Connector — American Wire Gauge

100 Ways We Can Help You

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Today's post marks our 100th blog post on AC WORKS® Connectors and we want to celebrate by offering you 100 different ways we can help you.  Take a look at our list below.  

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Cord Length Matters

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Extension cords are commonly purchased power solutions in many situations.  You can use them in your home or office, on your job site, for yard work, and more.  They are used to provide power to hard to reach places or when you are moving around and need the power to follow you, like in yard work.  Are extension cords safe or not is the great debate.  They can be dangerous or a safety hazard depending on the location of the job.  Cords lying around all over the place are a tripping hazard or even cause shock.  If you are working...

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American Wire Gauge AWG

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The American Wire Gauge (AWG), is a standard wire gauge system that has been used since 1857, mostly in North America.  It is a standard specification for the diameters of round wires used as electrical conductors.  We will answer any of your AWG questions.  If you cannot find the answers in this blog post leave us a comment or email customer service.

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