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  1.  The electrical conduits can be a type of fiber, metal, or plastic sleeve that holds and protects wiring in the home or office space. The installation of the conduit is be subject to specific wiring regulations. So, because of this, it is very important install the right choice to match the wants.
  2.  Kinds of conduits
  3.  The location of the electrical conduit can be a deciding factor on the chosen material. Almost all of the conduits are placed on exposed wall surfaces, and also the material is either rigid or flexible. The most typical materials include liquid-tight/seal-tight, PVC-coated, EMT, PVC, rigid steel and IMC.
  4.  There are many of factors which are considered while choosing the sort of conduit system, such as the material of the sleeve, mechanical stiffness and wall thickness. The specific materials are chosen in line with the installation costs, its capacity to resist corrosion, and its particular mechanical protection.
  5.  Rigid Steel
  6.  The thickest and heaviest selection for the electrical conduits is rigid steel that gives now more protection compared to the light, flexible versions. Popular materials include aluminum, coated steel and stainless steel. Plus, the various materials get a particular coating to raise the ability to resist corrosion. Rigid steel is helpful in a wide range of applications including outside areas including service feed installations and under driveways.
  7.  Intermediate metal
  8.  A lighter form of conduit includes those manufactured with intermediate metal and is an operating choice for protecting cables and insulating electrical conductors. This is the useful choice for exposed walls (basements, garages, etc.) and outdoor applications.
  11.  Electrical metallic tubing
  12.  The electrical metallic tubing is a lightweight material and comparatively easy to install on indoor applications. It is normally made from aluminum or steel as well as a popular decision for industrial and a commercial building.
  13.  PVC
  14.  The PVC conduit is easily the most cost-effective choice for installing in industrial, commercial, or utility applications. While it's preferred for indoor use, it is still capable of giving sufficient protection against corrosion, moisture and sunlight. Also, it is an acceptable alternative for underground applications, but great care should be taken during the entire installation process.
  15.  Liquid-tight/Seal-tight
  16.  The liquid-tight/seal-tight can offer great mechanical strength and is also carried out with various kinds coatings. It is great for commercial and industrial applications with the ability to accept a maximum rating of 75° C. Plus, this can be a flexible sort of material that would be ideal for areas that have a lot of flexing or vibrations.
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