AC WORKS® Connector — Flexible Generator Adapter

Why Generators Have Locking Outlets

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Have you noticed that most high-power generator receptacles (outlets) are the locking style?  There are reasons for this type of outlet is commonly installed into generators. 

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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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Flexible Adapters

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AC WORKS® brand flexible adapters are longer than the compact adapters we highlighted last week.  Our flexible adapters range from 1 foot to 1.5 feet in length, depending on the configuration.  The added length given in the design of our flexible adapter collection allows for a more flexible reach, which is where the name came from.  Using flexible adapters make it easier to fit your adapter in some areas with difficult reach.  They will maneuver to all angles so you will never be without power.  The flexible adapter line is perfect when you need just a little extra length for a difficult reach but...

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End of the Year Sales Event

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Can you believe 2018 is almost history?  A lot has happened this year within our company and within our consumers lives.  We want to celebrate all that this year has brought us, with a two-week long sale.  You read that right.  Two whole weeks of savings!

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How to Power your Home after a Hurricane Strikes: Part Two

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After a hurricane strikes, you will want to be very careful to avoid potentially life-threatening dangers.  Some of those dangers are likely to be around any corner, once you emerge from your shelter.  The potential dangers are hiding in flood waters, your basement, your yard, and car.  Be cautious and know the warnings and how to avoid making a life-threatening mistake during your clean up and repair efforts. 

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