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Conduit

Conduit
Conduit
Electrical conduit is a tube used to protect and route wires and cables in buildings, structures or cabinets. A variety of materials and designs are used to make conduit, each determined by application requirements.

Conduit is typically made of metal or plastic, and generally rigid. Conduit provides excellent protection to enclosed wires and cables from impact, moisture and other hazardous materials, in both interior and exterior environments. Conduit can also be made to be submersible, or wrapped or coated with materials to shield conductors from electromagnetic or radio frequency interference.

Because most conduit is rigid, special fittings - elbows, bends, etc. - are needed to guide cabling around corners or other specific directions. If permitted by electrical codes, flexible conduit is available to isolate wiring from vibrations or simplify the number of fittings needed to wire a structure or facility.

LA Series Image
  • 3/8~4" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Steel Core
  • PVC Jacket
  • -4~140 Degrees F
  • UL Listed; CSA Certified
Type LA flexible conduit offers outstanding protection against wet, oily conditions and is permitted for use in exposed or concealed locations. The jacketing material is of a high quality, rugged, flame retardant PVC compound which resists oils, mild acids and exposure to sunlight.
  • RoHS and WEEE Compliant
EF Series Image
  • 3/8~2" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Steel Core
  • PVC Jacket
  • -4~176 Degrees F
  • Conforms to JIC Standards
Type EF flexible conduit is used for general installations requiring some movement and protection for contained conductors. It forms a liquidtight system when installed with standard connectors for use indoors or out.
LT Series Image
  • 1/4~6" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Steel Core
  • PVC Jacket
  • -4~176 Degrees F
  • RoHS and WEEE Compliant
Type LT is a general-purpose flexible conduit used extensively in the machine tool and other industrial environments where flexibility is necessary for installation and maintenance, or where vibration and movement must be absorbed. The inherent sunlight resistance of PVC enables this product to be used in outdoor applications. Type LT is compatible with standard liquidtight connectors.
  • Conforms to JIC Standards
NM Series Image
  • 3/8~2" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible PVC Core
  • PVC Jacket
  • -4~176 Degrees F
  • UL Listed; CSA Certified
Type NM is a general-purpose, nonmetallic liquidtight conduit that offers excellent protection to wiring from abrasion, sunlight, mild acids, alkaline and oils. It is often used for air conditioning hookups and other outdoor applications.
  • RoHS and WEEE Compliant
VJC Series Image
  • 3/8~3" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Steel Core
  • PVC Jacket
  • -4~176 Degrees F
  • RoHS and WEEE Compliant
Type VJC flexible conduit utilizes a unique vacuum extrusion process allowing it to have a thin PVC jacket which does not restrict the great flexibility characteristics of the inner core. This product is designed with dimensions that will accept standard liquidtight connectors. VJC is suitable for use in both static applications where a tight bend diameter is needed and in dynamic use such as machining centers and robotics.
ATX Series Image
  • 3/8~4" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Steel Core
  • Thermoplastic Rubber Jacket
  • -76~302 Degrees F
  • RoHS and WEEE Compliant
Type ATX flexible conduit utilizes the flexibility of the standard LT core, coupled with the advantage of a thermoplastic rubber jacket that is virtually unaffected by temperature extremes and contains no halogens. The material has a flammability rating of UL 94-HB and is UV stabilized. ATX is used in situations where concerns of resistance to temperature exposure exist. These include heavy outdoor equipment, boilers and furnaces, and sub-zero areas.
SL Series Image
  • 5/16~1" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Steel Core
  • High Temperature Applications
  • RoHS Compliant
  • WEEE Compliant
Type SL is helically wound from a strip of electro-galvanized steel. It is sized to be used with a variety of set-screw and clamp type connectors, and offers good mechanical protection to wiring in a variety of OEM applications. Type SL is designed for tight-spot installation and where continuous flexing is required of a steel wound hose.
  • Marked at 1-ft. intervals for fast, easy measuring and cutting
  • Temperature range of -18 C to +105 C (-2 F to +221 F)
  • Smooth inner diameter enables easy wire pulling
  • Fast installation even in tight, cramped spaces
  • Approved for direct-burial applications
  • UL1660 flammability rating
  • UL Listed/CSA Certified
ABR Series Image
  • 3/8~4" Trade Sizes
  • Flexible Aluminum Core
  • High Temperature Applications
  • UL Listed; CSA Certified
  • RoHS and WEEE Compliant
Type ABR is formed using a high strength aluminum alloy strip. The result is a conduit with similar characteristics to those of Type BR steel but at about 1/3 the weight. Meets Federal Specification A-A-55810 Type II (formerly WW-C-566c Type I). This conduit is intended for installation as a metal raceway for wires and cable in accordance with NEC(r) (ANSI/NFPA-70) Article 348.
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