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AFC Cable Systems 3/4 in. x 100 ft. Non-UL Liquidtight Flexible Steel Conduit
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AFC Cable Systems

3/4 in. x 100 ft. Non-UL Liquidtight Flexible Steel Conduit

  • Made with sunlight resistant materials
  • The PVC jacket is flame retardant
  • Interlocks have fibrous material designed to promote flexibility
$60.42 /each

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Liquidtight Flexible Steel Conduit designed for use as a raceway for power, control and communication cables. A rugged moisture, oil and sunlight resistant polyvinyl chloride (PVC) jacket shall be applied directly over the flexible metal. Permanent circuit ground protection is provided through the continuous copper bonding strip built into the conduit core in sizes 3/8 in. through 1-1/4 in. A separate grounding conductor is required by the NEC for trade sizes 1-1/2 in. and larger.

  • Made in USA
  • 100 ft.
  • 3/4 In.
  • Hot dipped zinc Galvanized low carbon steel core

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what size wire can I put inside this conduit?

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October 17, 2014
I am running a temporary 80 amp supply to my back yard. Can I use a 4 guage x 3 in this conduit
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April 14, 2015
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No. NEC says 2 conductors only @ 4 ga. You can run 3 conductors @ 6ga, THHN 90°C which is rated for 75 amps if 3 conductor ground, neutral and line.
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Based on my findings, I see that the max fill is two conductors using #4 Gauge with 3/4" Metallic Liquidtight Conduit (Type LFMC). You would need to move up to 1" LFMC to for three #4 Gauge wires, but you should review the NEC Guidelines to review the Conduit Fill Guide for Type LFMC Conduit.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to work with and easy install Replaced rusted out and crushed conduit to old garage with this armored flex conduit vinyl covered and liquid tight. Conduit was easy to work with (if you have a good hacksaw). Was fairly easy to snake cables through and the connection and sealing to the old work was first rate. April 14, 2015
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