The electric conduit is a convenient option to protect wiring from damage from UV screws, abrasion and drywall. In addition, there are many practical reasons to protect the child and the cables in and around the house. For example, it makes future changes in wiring safer, can be sealed to protect against the risk of explosion and fire, and easier to use in the less accessible areas of the house.
Most metal tubes are made of galvanized steel. But there are also some options available in aluminum. The most commonly used types of residential applications include metal intermediate conduits (IMC), flexible metal pipes (FMC), electric metal pipe (EMT) and rigid metal conduits (RMC). Read More