Split fitting | Article about split fitting by The Free Dictionary
In interior electric wiring, a conduit fitting which is split longitudinally so that it can be placed in position after the wires have been drawn into the conduit; the two parts of the fitting are held together with screws.
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The split fitting
design allows for testing and inspection of carrier pipes before installation and testing of containment systems.
The Solid Pipe Contain-It System uses split fittings
and can be used where it is preferred to pull a leak detection cable.