Stop Corrosion with Remke Liquidtight, Waterproof Connectors

Keep Connections Solid And Corrosion-Free With Liquidtight Connectors

Electrical connectors that are continuously exposed to water can be a unique challenge. Liquidtight connectors from Remke perform to your expectations every time!

Stainless Steel Electrical Connectors - Remke BlogYour Non-Metallic Electrical Connectors Need to Work as Hard as You Do

That’s why Remke manufactures corrosion-free, non-metallic and waterproof connectors designed to withstand the long-term effects of chemically treated water submersion.

Stainless Steel Liquidtight Connectors

When you need to create a heavy-duty seal in a highly corrosive or humid environment, Remke stainless steel liquidtight connectors and cord grips have it all.

The standard Viton® O-Ring and nylon insulated throat make them waterproof and rugged enough to handle both wet and corrosive environments.

Remke Engineered Solutions

Remke provides industrial strength connectivity solutions designed to withstand even the harshest conditions. From non-metallic connectors to stainless steel liquid-tight connectors and more, there’s virtually nothing we can’t handle. Bring on your toughest problem. We’ll find you a solution.

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Adapted Application for a Submerged Environment: Case Study

A customer who manufactured underwater, in-ground pool lights needed a better solution. And Remke delivered!

  • Developed a custom version of the Dome-Cap non-metallic connector in Valox®   – a non-hydroscopic material that withstands moisture.
  • Provided a specially sized cord grip designed to withstand corrosives when submerged in water.
  • Developed custom bulk packaging for space-saving inventory.

Have a connection problem that you need help solving? Give us a call. Our Engineered Solutions Team loves a challenge, no matter how big or small.

What types of submersion product challenges have you faced and how did you solve them? We’d love to hear from you! Comment below!