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AFC Cable Systems

Model 6003-22-00

Internet #100027081

Store SKU #610136

3/4 in. x 25 ft. Non-Metallic Liquidtight Conduit

$19.87 /each
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor locations
  • Interior integral reinforced member within conduit wall
  • Rated for concrete embedment

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The AFC Cable Systems 3/4 in. x 25 ft. Non-Metallic Conduit is designed to hold power, control and communications cables in commercial and industrial applications where flexibility is required.

  • Holds and protects power, control and communications cables in commercial and industrial applications
  • Rugged PVC jacket is moisture-, oil- and sunlight resistant
  • UL and CSA safety listed
  • Performs at temperatures of up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Made in USA
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Can this be buried underground for a hot tub install?

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Yes, the conduit can be installed underground.
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NEC section 356.10(4) permits Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit, LFNC, to be direct buried where it is Listed and marked for direct burial. AFC’s LFNC is listed and surface marked as such and may be direct buried.
Regarding the use of LFNC as a wiring method for hot tubs; NEC Article 680 covers the installation of Hot Tubs. Section 680.42 permits LFNC for flexible connections under specific Read More
NEC section 356.10(4) permits Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit, LFNC, to be direct buried where it is Listed and marked for direct burial. AFC’s LFNC is listed and surface marked as such and may be direct buried.
Regarding the use of LFNC as a wiring method for hot tubs; NEC Article 680 covers the installation of Hot Tubs. Section 680.42 permits LFNC for flexible connections under specific conditions. Refer the Hot Tub Manufacturer’s instructions, to the NEC Article 680, especially Section 680.42 and 680.21, and to any local codes. Additionally the Local Electrical Inspection Authority should be consulted. Read Less
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can you glue fittings to "AFC Cable Systems 3/4 in. x 25 ft. Non-Metallic Liquid-tight Conduit" ?

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The NEC requires that LFNC and its fittings to be listed. I am not aware of any glue type fittings that are listed for use with LFNC. Additionally, use of a glue type fitting not designed or listed for use with LFNC is also prohibited by the NEC and the glue can soften and denigrate the PVC.
NEC: 356.6 Listing Requirements. LFNC and associated fittings shall be listed.
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The NEC requires that LFNC and its fittings to be listed. I am not aware of any glue type fittings that are listed for use with LFNC. Additionally, use of a glue type fitting not designed or listed for use with LFNC is also prohibited by the NEC and the glue can soften and denigrate the PVC.
NEC: 356.6 Listing Requirements. LFNC and associated fittings shall be listed.
300.15 Boxes, Conduit Bodies, or Fittings —Where Required.
A box shall be installed at each outlet and switch point for concealed knob-and-tube wiring. Fittings and connectors shall be used only with the specific wiring methods for which they are designed and listed. Where the wiring method is conduit, tubing, Type AC cable, Type MC cable, Type MI cable, nonmetallic-sheathed cable, or other cables, a box or conduit body shall be installed at each conductor splice point, outlet point, switch point, junction point, termination point, or pull point, unless otherwise permitted in 300.15(A) through (L).
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactally What I needed! conduit was exactly what we needed and it was the correct length and perfect for the work effort we had scheduled. Highly recommend. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very pleased Very pleased. easy to pick up at store. Happy with product but this is taking too long December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Licensed Electrcian It sounds like the guy above needed to hire an Electrcian. I've used carflex (this is a trade name for non metallic pvc flex) many times and yes it can be really difficult to get wires through if they aren't taped tightly with a rounded head. But this goes for any conduit. Also this stuff due to the "sticky" nature of the flexible pvc needs to be kept straight while pulling wire to make it easier. But I can't give all the trade secretes away so I digress. August 11, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to work with. I installed the flexible conduit, when I tried to pull the wires through.(even using a wire puller) It was impossible the wire kept catching on the inside ribes of the flexible conduit. Then I disconnected the conduit from the box thinking it would be easier, but it was not. My suggestion get it pre wired. July 26, 2012
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