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Questions and Answers for Allied Tube and Conduit 3/4 in. x 10 ft. Electric Metallic Tube (EMT) Conduit

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Model #853429

Store SKU #203114

  • Interior coated provides a smooth and fast wire pull
  • Designed to protect against impacts, crushing and magnetic fields
  • Zinc coating helps prevent corrosion

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Q:What is the outside dimension of the 3/4” pipe?
by|May 16, 2021
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A:  Hello I think you can add 1/8 inch to the inside diameter which is 3/4 inch. So without measuring with calipers I believe you have 7/8 inch outside diameter. Good luck!

by|Aug 3, 2021
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    A:  1 1/8

    by|Mar 18, 2023
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    A:  The specs show "Nominal outside diameter (in.) 0.922"

    by|Aug 3, 2021
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      Q:What is the wall thickness?
      by|Feb 5, 2021
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      A:  According to the chat CSR who googled this specific brand, it is 0.049"

      by|May 24, 2023
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        A:  About 1/16 inch look it up on a website

        by|Feb 5, 2021
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          Q:What brand of emt is this
          by|Sep 17, 2020
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          A:  Hello I don't know, but it's well made. The Home Depot folks might look it up on their computer. Their real nice. Good Luck!

          by|Sep 18, 2020

            A:  Great product!

            by|Jan 10, 2021

              A:  The product you're asking about here online is listed in the Home Depot product database as Allied Tube and Conduit, but the specific manufacturer of the conduit in your local store might vary. Please look at the printing on the side of each tube for the specific manufacturer information for the product in stock.

              by|Sep 18, 2020
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              Q:Can the pipe be used to put TV antenna off the ground about 3'?
              by|Sep 14, 2020
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              A:  If the antenna is small. I'd use 1 or 1 1/4 inch to be sure. I used 1 1/4 for mine in the attic, 70 mile range antenna.

              by|Sep 15, 2020

              A:  No this is too small a diameter. You need an 1-1/4" pipe for that.

              by|Sep 15, 2020

              A:  Unless you have a huge antenna see no reason why not but don't forget to ground your antenna. You would be better off using a pipe made for antennas as it is the right size for your antenna brackets.

              by|Sep 15, 2020

              A:  I would suggest something a bit heavier

              by|Sep 15, 2020

              A:  I Did, only much higher than 3 feet so my answer is yes. Just remember you'll need a coupling and straps to secure the pipe. Good luck.

              by|Sep 16, 2020
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              Q:Would this be good to use when hanging cafe lights above a deck/patio? I need something that's tall enough to hook the lights to yet strong enough to withstand the wind and elements outside. I would prime/paint it as well.
              by|Aug 7, 2020
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              A:  Hi Parker, Using 3/4" EMT pipe as you describe is not what the pipe is intended for. This means to you that there are a number of possible issues that you would run into if you used it. My vote would be no - use something else better suited. HD sells 2" X 2" aluminum 8' long that could be stood on end and bolted to the floor using brackets. This means you could run a power cord through a grommet into the tubing and up to the top to feed power to the lights. 2 aluminum 2" X 2" X 8' would be strong enough for what you want as long as you don't lean on them. If you need them stronger then consider treated lumber. Good luck with your project.

              by|Aug 9, 2020

              A:  These are both light weight and strong. You should have no problem hanging lights on them

              by|Mar 18, 2023
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              A:  Depends on the length you are talking about but if it was just one peace yes it is very strong. The weakness comes where you connect one pipe to another. At that point you would need support. The pipe is galvanize so it doesn't need painting and have never painted any of mine.

              by|Mar 18, 2023
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              A:  It depends on how long a span you want. 10 foot yes

              by|Feb 5, 2021

                A:  This product should do the trick. It will depend greatly how you secure the bottom though. High winds could still damage it, if you have a lot of wire and lighting product hanging from it as they would also catch the wind. Another option would be galvanized or black steel pipe, which has a thicker wall. But it also needs to be large enough around to handle the forces strong winds could apply to it.

                by|Jan 29, 2021
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                Q:Do I have to buy from a certain desk at store during a certain time to get 20% off 33?
                by|Jul 2, 2020
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                A:  Patrick: I've bought a lot of EMT and electrical supplies from HD and I've never heard of a 20% discount or any discount for that matter. If you believe there is a discount to be had then I'd suggest that you start with the PRO desk and ask about the discount in person. If no luck then I'd go to the customer service desk and request to speak with the Electrical Dept. manager. Good lock.

                by|Mar 18, 2023
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                A:  Usually easier at the pro desk, but if you get a manager to help you he can discount you anywhere. Just go to customer service desk and ask for help.

                by|Jul 3, 2020
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                Q:Does this contain any lead, or have a Prop 65 warning?
                by|Jul 2, 2020
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                A:  no it is galvanized steel.

                by|Jul 3, 2020

                A:  TTTT: The product page at homedepot.com states that it is galvanized steel with a zinc coating. There is no mention of lead anywhere on their page. I cannot imagine that lead would be used in any EMT sold by HD. As for the Prop65, you'll have to ask them in the store in the electrical dept. Good luck.

                by|Jul 5, 2020

                A:  @phoenix - Many galvanised steel products carry a prop 65 warning. This is because lead can be used in the "hot-dip" process to help the flow. Hopefully the manufacturer can say whether this does or doesn't contain lead.

                by|Jul 3, 2020
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                  A:  No, this product does not have the CA Prop 65 Warning.

                  by|Jul 3, 2020
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                    Q:What is the inner dimension of three-quarter inch EMT
                    by|Jun 22, 2020
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                    A:  The pipe is very thin so it is just a hair under 3/4s

                    by|Jun 29, 2020

                    A:  As per the manufacturer: Length 10 ft. Nominal inside diameter (in.) .824 Nominal outside diameter (in.) 0.922 Product Depth (in.) 0.922 Product Height (in.) 0.922 Product Length (ft.) 10 ft Product Width (in.) 120 Size (in.) 3/4 Trade Size (in.) 3/4

                    by|Apr 22, 2023
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                    A:  Hello My experience they say 3/4 diameter means the hole.size. Good luck!

                    by|Jun 24, 2020

                      A:  Inside dimension is 3/4. Word of advice, don't forget when you put wires in conduit it raises the temperature of the wires as they are now encased so don't jam as many wires as possible thru it, leave some breathing room.

                      by|Jul 2, 2020
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                      Q:is this thick enough to use for making pipe clamps in woodworking
                      by|Jun 18, 2020
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                      A:  The material is not that thick. that being said, it is quite sturdy. Based on your application it should work

                      by|Jun 20, 2020

                      A:  Electrical conduit at 3/4 is quite strong but like anything it depends on how you put it together will make the difference on holding strength. Aside from a steel bar there would be nothing stronger.

                      by|Jun 20, 2020

                      A:  Most pipe clamps have threaded ends. They are made to screw on iron pipe. I bought a 10 foot black iron pipe, had it cut in half and made two clamps. Only one end needs to have threads on it, the other end slides up and down the pipe. The other problem with EMT is that it won't hold up to long on the sliding clamp end. Black iron pipe will last for years.

                      by|Jun 21, 2020

                      A:  no ... Use 3/4 galvanized pipe.

                      by|Jun 22, 2020

                      A:  If you mean pipe clamps to mount the pipe then check out the HD pipe fittings area, they should have everything you need.

                      by|Jun 25, 2020
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                      Q:Will home depot cut this to a specific size?
                      by|Dec 7, 2019
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                      A:  Never had a problem with Home Depot cutting anything I've purchased. They have cut 4x8 sheets of plywood, 10 foot pieces of pipe and threaded the cut ends, conduit will be easy just ask.

                      by|Sep 18, 2021
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                      A:  No. But it is very easy to cut with a hack saw

                      by|Mar 23, 2021

                      A:  Hi You will have to ask them if they will, but you could do it yourself with a hake saw with a metal cutting blade. Good luck!

                      by|Dec 9, 2019

                        A:  Not usually (that I know of). Most people buy a 5 or 10 foot length and cut it to size using a hack saw..

                        by|Mar 23, 2021

                        A:  Yes I think so

                        by|Jan 2, 2020