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Fittings for Use with RMC, IMC and EMT
NOTE: See Section 6 for PVC-coated conduit Size and raceway type Before installing a fitting or a raceway support, review the…
The variety of electrical installations makes field bending necessary. While a full range of factory elbows are readily available,…
Conduit Cutting and Threading Guidelines
Cutting and threading steel RMC and IMC NOTE: Although coupling threads are straight tapped, conduit threads are tapered. Fie…
All exposed steel RMC, IMC and EMT shall be run parallel or perpendicular to walls and ceilings. A sufficient number…
Verification of Installation
All steel RMC, IMC and EMT systems shall be electrically and mechanically continuous, and shall be tested after conductor installa…
Where subject to physical damage, steel IMC or RMC shall be used to bring the underground service conductors out of…
Steel conduit / tubing for low voltage or communications circuits shall terminate in boxes, enclosures, or wireways. If steel RMC.
Support of Steel Conduit / Tubing
Supporting Follow all Code requirements for spacing of supports and frequency of securing RMC, IMC and EMT. The requirement to…
Steel Conduit Installation Guides
Get the information you need to install steel rigid metal conduit (RMC), steel intermediate metal conduit (IMC) and steel electric…
Firestopping and Fireblocking
Steel RMC, IMC and EMT do not require fire resistance ratings. Fire resistance ratings apply only to assemblies in their…
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