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Southwire

Model 55081711

Internet #202819645

Store SKU #863266

3/8 in. X 25 ft. Flex Steel Conduit

$9.47 /each

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Route and protect low-voltage cables, such as telecommunications and coaxial, with the 3/8 in. x 25 ft. Flexible Steel Conduit. This conduit can be used exposed or concealed under raised floors. It provides mechanical protection for conductors and cables.

  • For use with voice, data, communications, video, CATV and optical fiber cables
  • Galvanized steel construction
  • Compatible with exposed or concealed applications
  • UL and CSA-listed for safety
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Wire fill #12 THHN?

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May 16, 2016
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The nominal Diameter of #12 Thhn is .118 inches. It would be okay to use 3/8 in. Flex Steel Conduit. Within this situation, the conduit fill is: 9.44%The above advice is based upon the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). Free access to the latest version of the NEC is available online at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess. The NEC and local building codes regulate the types of wire and cable that Read More
The nominal Diameter of #12 Thhn is .118 inches. It would be okay to use 3/8 in. Flex Steel Conduit. Within this situation, the conduit fill is: 9.44%The above advice is based upon the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). Free access to the latest version of the NEC is available online at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess. The NEC and local building codes regulate the types of wire and cable that can be used in specific electrical applications, as well as the manner of installation. Check your local building codes before you start any wiring and cable electrical project and be sure to obtain required permits. When your work is complete, always have it inspected for compliance with local codes to ensure that it has been safely installed. Read Less
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Is this conduit watertight?

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August 5, 2015
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No it isn’t watertight. Instead, look for a flex conduit that is liquid-tight like the following:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Southwire-Liquidtite-1-2-X-100-ft-Met-Titan-Conduit-55082603/202819638
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