Internet #100129197

Model # 67454

Store SKU #202967

Store SO SKU #184040

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3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Schedule 40 Conduit

  • Designed to route electrical wire above and below ground
  • Features heat and corrosion resistance for longevity
  • UL listed for all common electrical uses
$ 2 80
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Product Overview

  • Designed to route electrical wire above and below ground
  • Features heat and corrosion resistance for longevity
  • UL listed for all common electrical uses
Route electrical cables and conductors with the JM eagle 3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Conduit. The Sch. 40 conduit is heat- and corrosion resistant and is rated for 90° C conductors.
  • For running electrical wiring aboveground or underground
  • Non-metallic PVC is heat-, fire- and corrosion resistant
  • NEMA TC-2 rated
  • UL listed
  • Rated for 90° C conductors
  • 1 belled end and 1 plain end
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Designed to route electrical wire above and below ground
  • Features heat and corrosion resistance for longevity
  • UL listed for all common electrical uses
Model #: 67454
Sku #: 202967
Internet #: 100129197

Route electrical cables and conductors with the JM eagle 3/4 in. x 10 ft. PVC Conduit. The Sch. 40 conduit is heat- and corrosion resistant and is rated for 90° C conductors.

  • For running electrical wiring aboveground or underground
  • Non-metallic PVC is heat-, fire- and corrosion resistant
  • NEMA TC-2 rated
  • UL listed
  • Rated for 90° C conductors
  • 1 belled end and 1 plain end
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Size (in.) 1/2 3/4 1 3/4
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Specifications

Dimensions

Length
10 ft.
Nominal inside diameter (in.)
0.824
Nominal outside diameter (in.)
1.050
Product Depth (in.)
120
Product Height (in.)
1.05
Product Length (ft.)
10 ft
Product Width (in.)
1.05
Size (in.)
3/4
Trade Size (in.)
3/4

Details

Color Family
Gray
Conduit type
Nonmetallic
Direct Burial
Yes
Electrical Product Type
Conduit
Flexible
No
Material
PVC
Package Quantity
220
Product Weight (lb.)
2.4lb

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Length
10 ft.
Nominal inside diameter (in.)
0.824
Nominal outside diameter (in.)
1.050
Product Depth (in.)
120
Product Height (in.)
1.05
Product Length (ft.)
10 ft
Product Width (in.)
1.05
Size (in.)
3/4
Trade Size (in.)
3/4

Details

Color Family
Gray
Conduit type
Nonmetallic
Direct Burial
Yes
Electrical Product Type
Conduit
Flexible
No
Material
PVC
Package Quantity
220
Product Weight (lb.)
2.4lb

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

Will 14-2 fit and do ends join or do i need connectors?

Two questions; will 14/2-fit through 3/4” and does this have male on one end and female on the other end?
Asked by: Cyn
14-2 will fit with no problem. 1/2" will also work but I like to have the extra room. The ends fit together like you described so you don't need couplings but you may need one or two for connecting to whatever you're hooking it up to.
Answered by: DannyT
Date published: 2020-04-07

Is this rigid enough to extend six feet vertically? I'd like to use it as a pole for string light...

Is this rigid enough to extend six feet vertically? I'd like to use it as a pole for string lights, and I would mount it to my railing at one foot and 4 feet, but it would need to be freestanding for the additional 6 feet.
Asked by: swordams
Its Pretty Rigid But Not To High in The Air I Dont Know How The Wind Will Affect Its Stability Maybe Use Tyraps to put 2 Conduits Together to make one or use a 2 by 4 to mount it on
Answered by: Sosec
Date published: 2020-03-29

Should I use this for 3 #12 wires or use 1/2 pvc? Also What's the difference with schedule 80?

Asked by: BigPro
Use this and not white pvc for wiring. Schedule 80 has a thicker wall than schedule 40 If you're asking about number of wires that will fit in 1/2 vs 3/4, it depends on what kind of wire and how thick the insulation is. 3 individual #12 thwn or thnn wires will easily and safely fit in 1/2 schedule 40 or schedule 80. 6 #12 conductors should safely fit in 1/2 sched 80 and 8 will safely fit schedule 40.
Answered by: CommercialBuilder
Date published: 2019-06-30

Is this non-conductive?

Will it interfere with RF signals if used as a mast for an anemometer?
Asked by: Jay
Yes. PVC is, by its nature non-conductive.
Answered by: Dutchtower
Date published: 2018-12-12
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