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Conduit and Pipe Benders

Benders from Grainger can manipulate metal and plastic piping for a wide array of applications. An electrical conduit bender can bend electrical metallic tubing from 1/2 inch to 2 inches in diameter and is powered by a workhorse 120 VAC motor. A pipe bender uses up to 10,000 PSI hydraulic pressure to bend aluminum, brass and steel conduit pipe for those heavy-duty electrical wiring and heating installation projects. A PVC heater can warm and bend PVC piping evenly and efficiently. Look to Grainger as your single source for hand tools and accessories.

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(1) Am looking for a hand tool tube bender to bend 3/4 OD x .035 inch steel tubing.
(2) Also hand bender for 5/8 OD x .058 inch 6061 T6 aluminium tubing
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: EMT stands for Electrical metallic tubing, which is often referred to as thin wall conduit. Rigid MC means rigid metal conduit, which is thick-walled, threaded tubing. Due to the different wall thicknesses, each of these types will have a different outside diameter. For further assistance with your application, please give us a call at 1-800-323-0620.
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