ANACONDA SEALTITE® conduit and fittings

How Do You Choose a Conduit Jacket?

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You want a safe, liquid tight, flexible and durable electrical conduit? Meeting liquid tight, flexible and durable requirements for electrical conduit is just the start. There are options you may not have considered. These conduit jacket options are now available from ANAMET Electrical, Inc. High flexibilty Temperature resistance Chemical, oil, and corrosion resistance Anti-Static Food Grade […]

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Liquid tight conduit protects wiring in outdoor or underground installations.

How Deep Must Electrical Conduit Be Buried?

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Have you ever wondered how deep an electrical conduit needs to be buried? Or perhaps you’re undertaking a landscaping or construction project and need to know how deep to bury electrical conduit. For safe electrical installation, these are crucial questions. We will provide guidance on how deep electrical conduits must be buried, based on various […]

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A graphic of ANACONDA SEALTITE® llquid tight, flexible conduit has callouts listing EMI/EMP shielding, extreme temperature, comparatively light weight, corrosion resistant, Anti-Static, NEC Class I Div. 2 Hazardous Location, Zero Halogen, NSF food grade and Prolonged UV exposure varieties available from ANAMET Electrical, Inc.

Why are engineers switching to certain types of conduit?

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Engineers focus on delivery of effective design solutions within a budget and schedule. While simple electrical jobs cost only a few hundred dollars, larger installations may be more expensive due to the specific demands, needs or harsh operating conditions where electrical supply must be sustained and protected. National Electrical Code (NEC) changes and new products […]

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What Are Different Types of Flexible Electrical Conduit?

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Different Types of Flexible Electrical Conduit Flexible conduit is described as a raceway for electrical conductors or wiring. Material, assembly and use are described in the NEC. Here are the most common types of flexible electrical conduit. 1. Flexible Metal Conduit (FMC) This type of electrical conduit is lightweight, durable and easy to install. This […]

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SEALTITE® fittings are shown in 90-degree elbow, 45-degree elbow and straight fittings to securely connect liquiid tight ANACONDA SEALTITE® flexible conduit.

Why Use Flexible Conduit Fittings?

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  What Are Flexible Conduit Fittings? Flexible conduit fittings connect conduit to fixtures, machines or junction boxes, providing routing options while protecting wiring. Fittings must meet (Trade) size standards and have quality screw threads, allowing secure connections in confined spaces. Fittings offer a reliable transition between conduit sections, junction boxes or electrical devices. Fittings ensure […]

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Architects, engineers, and construction (AEC) professionals help resolve environmental challenges. Ongoing research and development in building materials and methods promote environmental safety. This is done by informed selection and installation of sustainable materials – like electrical products made from environmentally safe or non-toxic materials. Conduit and fittings that don’t contain harmful and dangerous substances support […]

Health Benefits in Electrical Conduit for the AEC

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If you work in the AEC (Architect, Engineer, Construction) community, chances are you’re familiar with electrical conduit and its role in construction safety and system installation. However, do you know what these cable protection methods can do to your health? Plastics and metals can be toxic, posing health risks for those constantly exposed to them. […]

What is a Conduit System?

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In a building being constructed, you may see a web of wiring and flexible electrical conduit. Electrical conduit provides electrical service and ensures people and the property are safe from accidental exposure to electricity. A conduit system is electrical conduit and fittings forming an armored shell, connecting and protecting wiring. The conduit and fittings are […]

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Why Use Electrical Conduit?

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Click to Expand Why use conduit? Electrical shock is painful and can be injurious. Electrical conduit prevents contact with wiring and possible injury. What is electrical conduit? Electrical conduit is rigid or flexible tubing that protects electrical wiring. ANAMET Electrical, Inc. makes flexible electrical conduit conforming to “raceway of circular cross section made of helically […]

A Guide to Flexible Conduit Fitting Parts

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In order to effectively protect electrical wiring, both a flexible conduit and a liquid-tight seal are necessary. Flexible Conduit is a tube used to route and protect wires and cables. It is typically made of metal or plastic. A Liquid tight seal is a special type of fitting that is used to create a watertight […]