- Terminals & connetors
- Terminal block
- Cable tie
- Crimping tool
- Heat shrinkable tube
- Cable marker
- Junction box
- Cable gland
- Corrugated hose & spiral wrap band
- Wire duct
- Din rail
- Cable clips & mount
- Signal light
- Push button switch
- Standoff insulator
- Pet braided sleeve
- Industrial plug & socket
- Auto fuse
How to Use an electrical box extension
Bob Schmidt shows how to use the electric box extension during the transformation process;
When dry walls, tiles, or wood are added to an existing surface.
To do this, you need a PVC box extension that is designed to fit the box that is already embedded in the wall.
It sticks out from the wall, which will cover a tile or dry wall.
Disconnect the power supply to the plug point, disconnect the plug and put it back into the wall socket.
Place the new surface on the wall, pull the plug out of the socket, slide the box over to the fixture, and secure it in place with 2 \"extension screws.
After that, re-open the plug and you are done.