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Electrical Metallic Conduit (EMT)

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South Conduit Electrical Metallic Conduit (EMT) is sometimes
called “thin wall conduit”.
EMT is commonly used instead of Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC) as it is less
costly, lighter in weight, and is hot-dipped galvanized inside and out.

• Low conductivity, high corrosion resistance
• Smooth defect-free interior and exterior
• Hot-dipped galvanized
• 10' length
• Custom lengths are available upon request

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*Outside Diameter Tolerances:
+/- .005 in. (.13mm) for Trade Sizes 1/2" (16mm) through 1" (25mm)
+/- .0075 in. (.19mm) for Trade Sizes 1-1/4" (36mm) through 2" (53mm)
+/- 0.10 in. (.25mm) for Trade Sizes 2-1/2" (63mm) through 4" (103mm)
**Wall Thickness Tolerances:
+ 0.15 in. (.38mm) and - .000 for Trade Sizes 1/2" (13mm) through 2" (53mm)
+ 0.20 in. (.51mm) and - .000 for Trade Sizes 2-1/2" (63mm) through 4" (103mm)
Note: Length = 10 ft. (3.05M) with a tolerance of +/- .25 in. (6.35mm)


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 C80.3
in lieu of WWC563. Recognized as
an equipment grounding conductor
(NEC Article 250-91b).

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