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At 4Cabling, we specialise in conduit that will help to cover and safely protect wired and cables in most settings.

What is electrical conduit?

Electrical conduit is plastic or metal casing that encloses electrical wires so they can be protected and secured in a variety of locations. The tubing allows the wires to be routed from one point to another which may be in exterior locations (such as along a wall or underground) or surface-mounted in interior locations so that they’re protected and unobtrusive.

Electrical conduit comes in many different styles and sizes, and choosing the right conduit will depend on the situation and the internal wiring. Conduit is either a rigid or flexible casing. Flexible casing conduit has some flexibility, while rigid cable is fixed and is suitable for locations where the wiring follows straight lines from one point to another.

Conduit also comes in different strength ratings, where medium-duty casing (usually white or grey in colour) is typically suitable for general applications where wiring needs to be concealed but the protection required is limited because there is not likely to be any additional pressure or duress on the conduit. By contrast, heavy-duty conduit, which is usually orange in colour, may be used in locations where additional protections are needed such as in industrial or rugged conditions.

Electrical conduit sizes in Australia

In Australia, there are a range of electrical conduit sizes. The choice of size of electrical conduit will vary depending on the sizes of the wires and the setting. At 4Cabling the conduit sizes start as small as 20mm and will go up to 50mm across both flexible and rigid conduit in both medium and heavy-duty styles. Conduit should always comply with the relevant standards and all 4Cabling conduit is manufactured in line with the AS/NZS 2053.2:2001 safety standard.

It’s important to note that the size designation, such as 20mm refers to the external diameter of the conduit itself. The internal diameter will be narrower and it’s always advisable to check first to ensure the wires themselves will fit comfortably within the internal casing.

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