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Plugmold Tamper-Resistant Kit, White

PMTR2W306 Wiremold
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Plugmold Tamper Resistant offers a safe and convenient multi-outlet system. The patented receptacle features an internal shutter system that provides a clean and solid fit for standard three prong plugs while preventing the insertion of unwanted objects. The Tamper Resistant Plugmold is perfect for use in workshops, garages, kitchens, as well as being ideal for homes with small children.
Application Sector Commercial


  • Tamper resistant Meets 2008 NEC Code for Tamper-Resistant.
  • Project in a Box: Includes all the components necessary for installation.
  • 36''/6 outlet unit
  • End Feed Fitting
  • Back Feed Fitting
  • Blank End Fitting
  • Coupling
  • Mounting clips
  • Quick-wire connectors


General Info
Color White
UPC Number 086698001710
Country Of Origin United States
Product Line Wiremold
Application Sector Commercial
Number of Receptacles 6
Standard cULus Listed Multioutlet Assembly: File E15191 Guide PVGT/PVGT7
Product Volume US 37.26 cu in
Product Width US 36.0 in
Product Height US 1.38 in
Product Weight US 2.27 lb
Product Depth US 0.75 in
Additional Information
RoHS Conformant Yes This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus Listed  Yes
cULus ListingNumber  E15191
Buy American Act Compliance
Technical Information
Voltage 125 V
Frequency Rating 60 Hz


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Questions & Answers

Do you have a housing elbow to allow the strip to be cut and turned around a corner of a wall?

Asked by: Mike
Hello, The elbow options are 2017TC (internal elbow, color does not apply), WH2018C (external elbow), or WH2011 (flat elbow). If the outlets are out facing the user you would need the internal elbow. If they are facing the ground you would need the flat elbow.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2020-11-23

Does this product come with 20 amp receptacles?

Asked by: Michael
Hello, This product is supplied with 15 AMP receptacles.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2020-11-20

I just purchased Wiremold 36" Long 15 Ampere Power Strip Model: PMTR2W306. I would like to split the wiremold in half and use in 2 different locations on my island. I need to purchase all the accessories to be able to do that. Please advise. Thanks.

Asked by: Deanne
Hello Deanne, The PMTR2W306 is supplied with one coupling, two blank end fittings, one entrance end fitting, one cover seam clip, and three wire connectors. If you're going to cut them down, you may need an additional entrance end fitting (WH2010A2), and wire connectors (W30/W30G). Since you should have two blank end caps now, you may not need any additional, but if you do the part number is WH2010B.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2021-02-18

Can the length of this unit be shortened to fit under a 30" cabinet? 

Asked by: Veronica
Hello, This product is able to be cut down on site. You'll need to keep a minimum of 2 1/2" from the cut, to the first outlet (3" to center of the first outlet), to accommodate wire connections, and end fittings. Thank you,
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2021-02-18

Hi I am looking at the PMKTR in stainless steel. What are the dimensions of the strip? We want to use it in a kitchen peninsula. Thank you

Asked by: John
The PMKTRS306 kit has been replaced by part # PMTR2S306. The outlet strip in the new kit is the same as in the old kit. The dimensions of the strip are 36" long x 1-9/32" wide x 3/4" deep.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2019-09-10

can you put a garbage disposal switch in the wire mold?

Asked by: Dave
A garbage disposal switch can be installed in a separate surface mount device box at either end of the Plugmold strip.
Answered by: Tech Support Team
Date published: 2019-03-11

Can this be siege protected and grounded.  Our contractor says we have to have it grounded to meet code when using it as under cabinet outlets in outnumber kitchen.

Asked by: Albert
Surge protection isn't an option for this product. The internal wiring includes a hot, neutral and ground wire. If the housing needs to be grounded separately we also offer the 2009 ground clamp as an optional part.
Answered by: Tech Support Team
Date published: 2019-01-24

The hardwire unit has wires at both ends.  The installation directions do not say how to cut off or cap the unneeded wires at the end of the unit?? How do you recommend capping them off? 

Asked by: Dale
The wires at the end of the hardwired Plugmold strip are capped of using wirenuts that are UL listed and approved for that purpose. Each wire must be capped off separately from the others.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2021-07-14
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