The application of steel pipes is very extensive in daily life. In all types of electrical projects, different types of conduits are used to ensure the safety of the building and the correct fixing of the wires. With the development of society, people’s demand for steel pipes is also increasing.
EMT (Electrical Metallic Tubing) conduit, as one of the common conduit types in industrial and commercial products, is popular with people for its lightness, flexibility, and affordable features. People usually use the EMT conduit instead of galvanized rigid conduit because of its lower cost and lighter weight. EMT conduits are used in almost all electrical projects in commercial, industrial or warehouse buildings. EMT conduits are easy to purchase because they are sold in almost all hardware stores.
Lonwow’s EMT conduit is made of cold-rolled steel plates and produced by resistance welding. The welds on the inner and outer surfaces are smooth and flawless, making it easy to thread. There is no burr on the edge of the nozzle, which can effectively protect the wires and cables. The surface is galvanized evenly, and the corrosion resistance is extremely strong. It has good ductility, ensuring that it can be bent and cut on-site. There are no threads on both ends of the pipe, but they can be used with joints with or without threads. The standard size of the EMT conduit is from 1/2 to 4 inches, and each is produced according to the standard length of 10 feet (3.05 meters), or according to customer needs.