Did you know that, according to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), electrical accidents and hazards claim 350 lives per year? People are exposed to electronics everywhere: at home, at work, and sometimes even in industrial or automotive manufacturing. This constant exposure, however, should not lull Americans into a false sense of security. Old wiring, damaged and fraying cords, and electrical parts can catch fire and pose serious electrocution risks. What simple tools help curb very serious threats?
Plastic Standoffs and Conduit
Insulation and separation is often essential for safe electrical flow. Standoffs can be used to raise and separate electrical components. Plastic standoffs, including nylon materials, may also be used to help distribute heat and keep cord