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Lonwow serves businesses across many different industries. As a result, we have an in-depth understanding of the variety of applications that require electrical conduit or tubing. Our experienced staff knows when and where metallic or nonmetallic tubing may fit best, and they will help you determine an ideal conduit solution for your short or long-term needs.
Electrical Metallic Conduit
Made from galvanized or stainless steel, metallic electrical tubing is the ultimate in mechanical protection for wire routing and organization. Rigid, resistant to liquids and corrosion and highly conductive, metallic conduit will keep your wiring well-protected for years, making it an exceptional choice for long-term installations. Our metallic tubing is smooth on the inside for easy wire pulling.
Since the strength of steel decreases the risk of kinking or flattening due to impact, this tubing suits applications that require commercial electrical conduit for industrial environments.
Electrical Nonmetallic Conduit
If your electrical conduit needs do not require the rigidity of metal, a nonmetallic tubing option can be more economical and provide greater flexibility. Flexible PVC or plastic conduit coils protect your electrical wiring while bending freely to accommodate tight spaces. Many of these tubing styles also feature internal plastic helices for lightweight strength and resistance to kinking due to their coiled design.
Made with sturdy materials such as PVC, polyamide and polyurethane, our nonmetallic electrical tubing offers cable organization and protection, resistance to extreme temperatures and corrosion inhibition. These characteristics make our nonmetallic conduit suitable for industrial environments involving frequent exposure to liquids, gases and chemical contaminants.