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3/4 in. x 100 ft. Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing Conduit Coil, Blue

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  • Lightweight and Bendable
  • Free from sharp edges
  • For use in walls, floors and non-plenum ceilings
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About This Product

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.

Highlights

  • 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 circuits 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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Product Information

Internet # 100404116

Model # 12007-100

Store SKU # 537217

Specifications

Product Length (ft.): 100 ft

Dimensions

Product Length (ft.)100 ft

Details

Color FamilyBlueConduit TypeENT (Electrical Nonmetallic)
MaterialPVCMetallic/Non-MetallicNon-Metallic
Pack Size1Package Quantity1
Product Weight (lb.)11.6875 lbReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsCSA Listed, UL ListedManufacturer WarrantyYes

Questions & Answers

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Q:what is the thickness of the product?
by|Dec 2, 2023
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A:  The dimensions are- Inner Diameter 0.76 Inches, Nominal Outer Diameter 1.05 Inches

by|Feb 6, 2024
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    Q:What’s the outside diameter for this product?
    by|Oct 27, 2023
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    Q:Can it be cut at store? Sold by the foot?
    by|Dec 21, 2022
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    A:  It’s sold by the roll, however you can purchase shorter rolls. 

    by|Oct 27, 2023
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  It is easily cut with knife or hacksaw. I don't think it's sold by the foot. It's always measure twice and add 5% for mistakes!

      by|Oct 27, 2023
        1 found this answer helpful
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        Q:How does this form in direct sunlight? Durabilty and heat?
        by|May 6, 2021
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        A:  This is not a product for outdoors installation needs to be protected in a building.

        by|Jan 6, 2024
          4 found this answer helpful

          A:  According to the National Electrical Code, Type ENT conduit cannot be installed where it is exposed to sunlight, or exposed to temperatures over 122 degrees F.

          by|Jan 27, 2024
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            Customer Reviews

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            • 94% recommend this product
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            Just say yes to Smurf Tube! I've been using this stuff for years when I need to run network cable...
            Just say yes to Smurf Tube! I've been using this stuff for years when I need to run network cables in places that need protection. Most recently, I needed to run drops in a very old hardware store where the only way to get the cables to the location was going through a dirt crawl space that is not weather sealed. I have 3 90º turns and some other funny angles. and the two cables pulled through the 80' of conduit as smooth as could be. The rib construction helps greatly reduce friction. Pro Tips: Secure it every 4 to 5'. You can hook a shopvac to one end, tie a small wad of some kind string, and suck it right though the tube. Stick with the 3/4", even if you only need the 1/2", it can helps things pull better. If things are pulling a bit hard, you can use pulling wax/gel, but hand soap or gel hand sanitizer works well, too. For the 3/4", 1-1/8" hole is the perfect size for it to slip though but remain snug. If your penetration goes between inside and outside, seal around it with silicone.
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            Good value, better price than elsewhere
            It's smurf tube - it does what it's supposed to. It was cheapest here.
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