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null 3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Schedule 40 Conduit

3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Schedule 40 Conduit

  • Designed to route electrical wire above and below ground
  • Features heat and corrosion resistance for longevity
  • UL listed for all common electrical uses
$2.60 / each
If you buy 10 or more
$2.34 / each
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Product Overview

Route electrical cables and conductors with the JM Eagle 3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Conduit. The Sch. 40 conduit is heat- and corrosion resistant and is rated for 90-degree C conductors.

  • For running electrical wiring aboveground or underground
  • Non-metallic PVC is heat-, fire- and corrosion resistant
  • NEMA TC-2 rated
  • UL listed
  • Rated for 90-degree C conductors
  • 1 belled end and 1 plain end
  • Note: Product may vary by store




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Customer Questions & Answers

Permanent bends?

Once bent will it retain the bend without being constrained? Imagine it laying on the floor. Put in a bend, will that bend retain while just laying on the floor, with nothing to "lock" in the bend. Will the bend relax/return to straight on its own? I plan to run this down the side of a house and need to bend it around foundation before going underground and would be disappointed if it did not hold the bend.
Asked by: Homeowner
Depends on what it will be used for. For water pipe, 90 degree elbows are the easiest. Primer and glue them. A heat gun, like a hair dryer will warm the pipe so it will relax. When cool, it will hold that shape. Kinking at tight bends could be a problem. Gentle bends won't hug the corner. For electrical wires, gentle sweeps or bends are used but won't hug corners. LB' hug corners. They are a ninety degree bend with a box and cover built in. Wires can be pulled to and out the LB and then pulled through the next run.
Answered by: jjconstr
Date published: 2017-06-10

What about cord ends?

How can you run a cord through this when plug ends are bigger?
Asked by: mo99999
either purchase the pipe large enough for the plug end or cut it off and reattach after you string it through.
Answered by: doneitbefore
Date published: 2016-10-18

Can use with any heavy duty outdoor extension cord or are there better options for running underground electricity to a patio?

I want to take the electric from an outside electrical outlet, underground, to my patio about 25 feet from the connection. Is there a specific extension cord? How deep should conduit be buried? I am very handy but not an electrician. Many thanks. Tammy
Asked by: Justdoitmom
This is one of the things we used the conduit for however the socket or plug will need to be cut off the end of the extension cord and then a 110V plug or socket purchased from the electrical dept at HD and reattached once you have pulled the extension cord through the conduit. I would recommend leaving the 110V plug on the end of the extension and cutting the socket off and buying a 110V socket to attach. I would also recommend pulling the extension cord through each section of the conduit as you lay it in the ground as opposed to trying to push it through once all the pieces of the conduit are glued together.
Answered by: LosRubios
Date published: 2017-06-10

it says that this is ul listed, but is it labled?

it says that this is ul listed, but is it labled?
Asked by: guitarman
Yes, it is labeled.
Answered by: Junga
Date published: 2017-05-09
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Customer Reviews

3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Schedule 40 Conduit is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product was fine, Unfortunately buying it was not. Although I ordered the product online and... This product was fine, Unfortunately buying it was not. Although I ordered the product online and arranged for it to be Picked Up at the store These items were NOT ready to be picked up when I arrived at the Home Depot. I waited for about an hour for them to 'pull' the items from their stock and put them on a cart for me. Not a good Customer Experience, at all....
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flexible and sturdy Works great and there are plenty of attachments and connectors to get it where you need it.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for hiding security camera video cables We just installed a security camera system on our home and didn't want the white power/video cables stapled to the eaves. We decided to try this PVC conduit and are very pleased with the professional looking results. The pipes are great value and we mixed 1/2" and 3/4" conduit depending on the amount of cable going through any section. We found that 1/2" will hold two camera cables quite snugly while 3/4" is needed to accommodate 4 camera cables or camera plus Ethernet cables. It is flexible enough to bend (we ran it through holes in the roof trusses in places and needed to bend it to fit between the trusses. It was tough enough to hit with a rubber mallet without deforming and cuts easily with a sawzall or jigsaw with a metal blade or by hand with a hacksaw. Once you have dry fitted the attachments, it cements in place using the PVC primer and cement that we found in the plumbing aisle.
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Airtight, water-tight, and it makes julienne fries Great quality conduit. After assembling 17 sections together with PVC cement, I was able to get a pull string from one end to the other using a Rigid Shop Vac, modified Ozarka bottle and a cotton ball. If anything is *that* air tight, I can't imagine it's going to allow a lof of water in when buried. Conduit is rigid, but flexible enough to handle fairly tight bends (approximately 3' bend radius). Each section is fairly light. I had no issues carrying 5-6 sections at a time. I'm using this to carry fiber optic, network and coax cables from the house to my office (170' underground, an additional 15' above ground). No complaints so far.
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Easy to USe Used this product to install a sub panel very easy to use and Cut you dont need a conduit bender to use.
Date published: 2014-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great for what I was doing. Worked great for what I was doing. I used it in my landscapeing to put in lighting.
Date published: 2013-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Choice Ordered 600 feet of pipe to use in a lawn irrigation project. Product worked great, the price was very good, and supply was almost immediate. Very happy.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product product worked as expected and we completed the work in a timely manner
Date published: 2015-01-13
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