South Conduit EMT is U.L. listed and recognized by the National Electrical Code. It meets the Underwriters Laboratories’ Standard for EMT, U.L. 797. Federal Specifications now use U.L. 797 and CC80.3 in lieu of WWC 563. Recognized as an equipment grounding conductor (NEC Article 250-91b).


Sometimes called thin-wall conduit, EMT is commonly used instead of galvanized rigid conduit (GRC), as it is less costly and lighter than GRC.


Lengths of conduit are connected to each other and to equipment with clamp-type fittings. EMT is Non-Threaded.

•Low Conductivity, High Corrosion Resistance •Smooth Defect-Free Interior and Exterior 

•Electrical Metal Tubing