Thanks Type MC Manufacturer, we finally got a full answer nearly 2 years after the original attempts!Originally posted by Type MC Manufacturer@Apr 7 2006, 02:14 PM
Per Jim Dollins, VP of Product Development for AFC Cable Systems, the term "BX" stands for "Product "B" - Experimental."
Apparently, back when the product was first developed, the first manufacturer of this product had only one product at the time: "Product "A"". So when they developed this product they didn't know what to call it. Somebody suggested "Product "B" with the suffix "X" added as the product was at that time experimental.
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