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null 1 in. x 10 ft. PVC Schedule 40 Conduit
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1 in. x 10 ft. PVC Schedule 40 Conduit

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Protect and route cables and conductors with the JM Eagle 1 in. x 10 ft. PVC Conduit. This conduit is heat- and corrosion resistant and is rated for 90-degree C conductors.

  • For running electrical wiring above ground or underground
  • Non-metallic PVC is heat-, fire- and corrosion resistant
  • NEMA TC-2 rated
  • UL listed for 90-degree C conductors
  • Long bell end
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what is max number and size of copper conductors that can be run in 1 inch pvc conduit

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Defuniak Springs, Florida
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July 28, 2015
I want to install a 100 amp sub panel in a storage building 125 yards from main panel. maine service is 200 amp. can I use 1 inch or what size would I need to use and what size conductors
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April 10, 2016
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Depends on what size and how many wires you will use. If it was me, I would put some short pieces of the wire you intend to use in one hand and measure the circumference and then select large enough conduit that you can easily draw the wires through.
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April 2, 2016
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There is table in the following link for the number and diameter of conductors that fit in any given conduit :
http://www.constructionmonkey.com/calculations/electrical/tables/wireconduit
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I suspect that after several months you no longer need this question answered on here, but for the benefit of others I will give it a shot.
To properly answer this question, you would need to do a load calculation to determine the actual peak current draw on the subpanel you plan to install and then use that figure to determine what size wire feeder would give you an acceptable voltage drop at 375 ft. Read More
I suspect that after several months you no longer need this question answered on here, but for the benefit of others I will give it a shot.
To properly answer this question, you would need to do a load calculation to determine the actual peak current draw on the subpanel you plan to install and then use that figure to determine what size wire feeder would give you an acceptable voltage drop at 375 ft. The National Electric Code recommends but does not require that the maximum cumulative voltage drop of all feeders and branch circuits not exceed 3%. Excessive voltage drop may damage or shorten the life of equipment and can prevent motors from starting at all.
To supply 80A at 240V, for 375ft, 3 #2/0 Copper Conductors and a #4 copper ground will limit the subpanel feeder voltage drop to 2.72%.
You could probably install 3 #1 and a #6 ground and get away with a 3.72% drop.
You could use 1 1/2" PVC for the #1 feeder, or you would want 2" PVC for the #2/0 feeder
Over such a massively long conduit run, you should consider increasing the conduit size, adding pull boxes and using wire lube to facilitate pulling the conduit through.
All these figures are based on the 2014 NEC, 75C Rated Copper conductors and Schedule 40 PVC
100A Subpanel load was estimated to be 80A because the NEC requires maximum continuos load on a circuit to not exceed 80% of its rating.
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Is it fexble

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This is flexible.
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Can this be used outdoors? Is it UV resistant?

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Gainesville, GA
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June 29, 2016
I need pvc pipe for a outdoor project. In the past we used white plumbing pipe and it has lasted quite a while. Would this do better or worse in the sunlight?
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Paintable?

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Rochester, NY
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April 14, 2016
I want to use this in an exposed location - is it easily paintable or does it not adhere well and peel off?
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