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- ItemFlexible Metallic Liquid Tight Conduit
- Conduit Size1"
- Length100 ft.
- Core MaterialHot Dipped Galvanized Steel
- Temp. Range-4 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
- StandardsUL E29278, CSA LL18858, Conforms to UL ANSI/UL-360 For Liquid Tight Flexible Steel Conduit, WEEE Compliant, RoHS Compliant
- Inside Dia.1.041"
- Outside Dia.1.290"
- Bend Radius5-1/2"
- Jacket MaterialFlame Retardant PVC
- Special FeaturesSpecially Colored conduit that is used for quick identification of circuits. The 3/8" through 1-1/4" trade sizes are Square Lock formed and include a bonding strip of copper that is enclosed within the convolutions throughout their entire length. The 1-1/2" through 4" trade sizes are designed with a fully interlocked strip. The Liquid Tight jacketing material which resists oils, mild acids and exposure to sunlight.
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