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conduit

A metal pipe through which electric wiring is run. Building codes often require that all electric wiring for commercial buildings must be in conduit and securely attached to the ceiling,not suspended from dropped-ceiling supports or other building components.

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To assist in the specification of the correct electrical conduit, Kopex International has now introduced a new version of its Shortform Product Guide.
Flexicon were awarded the ISA 9001 standard in April and now supplies electrical conduit and accessories to more than 1,000 wholesalers in Britain.
It can also be used on electrical conduit or any cable cover.
This eliminates the need to run electrical conduit from the agitator bonnet to the lift base on the outside of the mixer.
The division and subsidiary manufacture steel electrical conduit and fittings, steel fence posts, steel sprinkler pipe, electrical cable and wire, cable tray, steel support channel and steel tubing for use in a host of OEM applications.
The music is played on pipes -- mostly bamboo, though occasionally made of heavy plastic electrical conduit piping.
The city, one of America's most diverse urban centers, is held together by a complex network of public works infrastructure, including roads, toll bridges, subway tunnels, water mains, gas lines, and millions of miles of telephone and television cables and electrical conduit.
After inserting electrical conduit, the two skins are bonded together in a press using Ashland's Pliogrip urethane adhesive.
The gray pipes, gray 90 [degrees] bends, and flexible ribbed blue pipe are PVC electrical conduit.
Louis, Missouri based manufacturer of tubular products in the energy industry for exploration, production, and transmission, as well as industrial tubing products (steel electrical conduit, standard pipe, pipe piling, and mechanical tubing) used in various applications.
It has proven successful in stopping water migration and stopping leaks in manholes, seawalls, foundation walls, elevator and service pits, water holding tanks, below-grade parking decks, unshielded electrical conduit, mines, concrete dams, tunnels, and joints in concrete pipes.
Kopex International, a market leader in the design and manufacture of electrical conduit systems for use within the food industry, has introduced Screenflex 4 LFH flexible covered metallic conduit as part of its specialist range.

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