Polyvinyl Chloride Conduit (PVC)

Screenshot 2022-10-11 222418.png

South Conduit Polyvinyl Chloride Conduit (PVC) has been the
material of choice for electrical conduit, duct, tubing, fittings, and
boxes for more than five decades to safely contain and protect
power,telecommunications, utility, and signaling conductors and
cabling. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a combination of plastic and vinyl
that is used to make PVC pipes. PVC is used to produce electrical conduit.

• Corrosion resistant to most chemicals, PVC is typically not affected by corrosive soils or salts
• Non-metallic PVC material is corrosion, rust and sunlight resistant
• Impact resistant
• 10’ length
• Custom lengths are available upon request


UL 651: Standard for Schedule 40, 80, Type EB
and A Rigid PVC Conduit and Fittings.

Manufacturing Standard                               UL-651
Type of Raw Material Compound                D-1784
Dimension Measurement                             D-2122
Crush Rating                                                    D-2412
Extrusion Immersion Quality Test                D-2152
Impact Resistant                                             D-2444
Specification for Hoods Cemented Joints   UL-651