Model # 101584

Internet #100400412

Store SKU #613975

Store SO SKU #613975

null 1-1/2 in. EMT Conduit
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1-1/2 in. EMT Conduit

$12.73 / each
If you buy 15 or more
$12.09 / each

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1-1/2 in. x 10 ft. Electric Metallic Tube Conduit offers protection from magnetic fields, impact damage and crushing when pulling electrical cable. This steel conduit resists flattening, kinking and splitting and is coated with zinc for corrosion and abrasion resistance.

  • Protects insulated electrical conductors and cables from magnetic fields, impact damage and crushing
  • E-Z pull interior coating provides a smooth surface for faster wire pulling
  • Excellent mechanical protection for conductors
  • Ductility for faster and easier bending
  • High grade mild strip steel for durability and longer life
  • Listed to underwriters laboratories safety standard UL 797
  • Manufactured in accordance with ANSI C80.3
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this threaded at both ends so you can connect 2 together?

Asked by: JamesCreek
EMT is not threaded. There are "EMT fittings" which can join two sticks of EMT. These fittings are not designed to take mechanical loads like tension, and some of them are not waterproof.
Answered by: Fred4570
Date published: 2016-10-13

Can this be threaded in store? I need to extend my ceiling mounted projector pole, but need to thread to NPT.

Asked by: Newb
No. With its 0.065-in wall thickness, EMT can not be threaded. I think you will be satisfied with a galvanized steel pipe nipple. Home Depot has them for sale in various lengths in the plumbing department.
Answered by: Fred4570
Date published: 2016-10-13

can this conduit be used outdoors under ground? If not what metallic conduit can be?

Asked by: ron
Depending on your soil conditions, EMT probably will not last long underground. If you must have metallic conduit, then you need "rigid metallic conduit" and appropriate fittings, probably from an electrical supply house.
Answered by: Fred4570
Date published: 2016-10-13

Is this think enough to be used for a clothes rod?

I am wanting to use this as a clothes rod. I would cut it down to 4 ft sections. Would this be solid enough to hold it or would it bend due to the weight?
Asked by: JK
Did you know that the top rail of chain link fence is 1-3/8" and 10' long. It will do the same for 3 to 4 dollars less? Also consider a chain link fence post which is 1-5/8" if you need a longer span and a little stronger.
Answered by: OhByTheWay
Date published: 2016-05-08
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