It's time for a new tradition. Take a look at 21 definitive ways your project can greatly benefit from fiberglass conduit.
Why the Electrical Industry is using RSCC VITAlink® 300 Cable and Champion Fiberglass Type XW Phenolic Conduit for Two-Hour Fire Rated Installations
Cable and copper theft were a major problem for this Southeast TX utility—to the tune of nearly 10,000 feet a month. See how Champion worked with them to develop fiberglass pole risers that protect their assets from would-be copper thieves.
Located between Fisherman’s Wharf and Cannery Row along the San Carlos Beach Park, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Pier in Monterey serves not only as fully functioning homeport to USCG vessels – like the 110-foot USCG Cutter LONG ISLAND – but also as a popular seaside attraction.
With more than a million vehicles per month, the Midtown Tunnel needed to know its underground electrical conduit could withstand fire without failing. Take a look at how Champion Fiberglass was able to extinguish that concern.
Fed from the torrent waters of the Niagara River – and powered by the convergence of Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls – Niagara Falls features the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world with a vertical drop of more than 165 feet.
Duke Energy’s Edwardsport IGCC plant, located in Knox County, Indiana, is one of the cleanest and most efficient coal-fired power generating facilities in the world.
The SJRA needed underground electrical conduit that provided protection within a highly corrosive environment. Read how Champion Fiberglass blew the competition out of the water.
The power supply to Kyle Field was in desperate need of an upgrade. See how Champion Fiberglass made the game-winning play.
Located in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, the Hoover Dam isn’t just a national landmark—it’s a fully functioning power station.
Intrepid Potash is the largest U.S. producer of potassium chloride – or potash – a critical fertilizer used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, potatoes, hay and much more.
Over the past eight decades, the Fox Metro Wastewater Treatment Plant has provided responsible and efficient pollutant removal from the raw wastewater of seven Illinois cities.