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Carlon 3/4 in. x 100 ft. ENT Coil - Blue
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Carlon

3/4 in. x 100 ft. ENT Coil - Blue

  • Lightweight and Bendable
  • Free from sharp edges
  • For use in walls, floors and non-plenum ceilings
$4004 /roll
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Product Overview

The Carlon 3/4 in. x 100 ft. Electrical Non-Metallic Tubing is a flexible raceway for use in floors, walls and non-plenum ceilings. It is made with PVC and is designed to replace EMT conduit, flexible metal conduit and other raceway or cable systems. The tubing should be used with Carlon blue cement.

  • Product is coiled in a 100 ft. roll 3/4 in. size I.D is 0.76 and the O.D is 1.05 with a minimum bend radius is 6 in.
  • Color blue indicates it is used for electrical power circuit’s product is also known as smurf tube
  • Carlon ENT tubing can also be used to run Low-Voltage wiring devices such as coax cable, computer cable and telephone cable
  • Carlon PVC cement is recommended for use with ENT tubing along with fittings and boxes
  • UL listed

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Name 1 in. x 25 ft. ENT Coil - Blue 3/4 in. x 100 ft. ENT Coil - Blue 1/2 in. 200 ft. ENT Coil - Blue
Brand Carlon Carlon Carlon
Ratings (1) (3) (2)
Length 25 ft. 100 ft. 200 ft.
Conduit type Nonmetallic Nonmetallic Nonmetallic
Material PVC PVC PVC
Size (in.) 1 3/4 1/2
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Specifications

Dimensions

Length
100 ft.
Nominal inside diameter (in.)
0.76
Nominal outside diameter (in.)
1.05
Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
8
Product Length (ft.)
100 ft
Product Width (in.)
24
Size (in.)
3/4
Trade Size (in.)
3/4

Details

Color Family
Blue
Conduit type
Nonmetallic
Electrical Product Type
Conduit
Flexible
Yes
Material
PVC
Package Quantity
100
Product Weight (lb.)
11.695lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
No

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Customer Questions & Answers

is this product suitable for installation in a wet location?

Asked by: Tsaurus
Carlon make a conduit and connectors under their Liquidtight brand. The smurf tube/ NMT is not designed to be water proof.
Answered by: dylanmitchell
Date published: 2016-06-13

Is product suitable for direct burial? (Off the record. )

Asked by: Tex
No, it is not watertight. You can break it by hand, which makes it nice to work with, but this also means the pressure of direct burial will certainly cause leaks in a short time.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2016-12-27

Suitable for cat6?

Is this suitable to run cat6 cable through residential walls? Does the color of the tubing matter for inspection purposes?
Asked by: Maloofah
Yes, this can be use with Cat 6 wiring in a single family home. Be sure to follow NEC requirements/guidelines for installation and use. Typically, the color signifies what type of wiring - yellow is for communication circuits, blue is electrical circuits and red is fire alarm circuits.
Answered by: Thomas & Betts
Date published: 2016-06-14

Would an HDMI cable end fit okay through the opening?

Would an HDMI cable end fit okay through the opening?
Asked by: somedude
Depends on the cable. The inside dimension of the raceway is .76 inches. Just checking a few web sites it looks like connectors can run from less the a ½ inch to well over an inch. Suggest you check the dimensions on the connector.
Answered by: Thomas & Betts
Date published: 2017-07-09
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Customer Reviews

3/4 in. x 100 ft. ENT Coil - Blue is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous for glass fiber risers & distribution The different ways that signals are distributed seems to change every year. While Cat3 for telephone lines seems to be a constant we've gone through Cat5, Cat6 and now Cat7 for Ethernet, Having reached what seems to be a speed limit for twisted pair wiring we're now seeing gigabit bandwidth glass fiber displacing even Cat7, Even TV distribution has migrated from RG59 to RG6 -- with double and even triple shielding, HDMI has also entered the picture as yet another way to distribute TV signals. So it makes sense not to install the wiring, but to install conduit like this instead. It's often cheaper and in the end far more flexible since wiring can easily be removed and replaced -- particularly if you don't "daisy chain". There are two ways to route wiring or conduit. "Daisy Chains" go from a starting point to one room and from that room to the next room and so forth. The advantage of this approach is cost because it uses the least wire or conduit. It can also be useful within a room there HDMI might run between two boxes while a RG6 coaxial cable brings the cable feed to only one box. "Hub and Spoke" have separate runs from the starting point to each room. Where a daisy chain strategy can fill up or become obsolete quickly, the hub and spoke strategy has a long economic life. So if you use this stuff for a hub and spoke strategy you will have one of the least expensive ways to handle everything from analog audio to the most sophisticated fiber connections. One caveat is to use 3/4" or 1" conduit since one needs to pull terminated HDMI and glass fiber cables -- and some of those connectors are bulky. Win January 2015
Date published: 2015-01-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Surprisingly fragile & prone to breaking during install when twisted. Surprisingly fragile & prone to breaking during install when twisted.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value, better price than elsewhere It's smurf tube - it does what it's supposed to. It was cheapest here.
Date published: 2012-12-11
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