Pipes and Conduits
Elcab India Private Ltd. is a leading supplier and distributor of electrical conduits of various brands for a wide range of applications. Products are manufactured in accordance with IS: 9537 Part 3, BS: EN 61386 – 21 for uPVC conduits, IS: 3419 and BS: 4607 for uPVC fittings with high impact materials which make them safe to use in harsh environments.
Non-corrosive in nature, our Electrical PVC Pipes are non-combustible and possess the added quality to self-extinguish. Strong and durable, they are highly used in channelising concealed & surface wiring and for telecommunication & cable ducting.
Strong, durable, and impact-resistant; comes in various diameters & grades; easy to install, fire retardant and corrosion free; thermal resistant from -5˚c to +60˚c; Precision PVC Conduit Pipes circular boxes & adaptable boxes are provided with m4 brass insert with a load suspension capacity of 3 kgs at 60˚c.
- Various diameters & grades.
- Light, medium & heavy mechanical stress, to suit various applications & site conditions.
- Easy & fast installation
- Wide range of component maximises application
- Durable & impact resistant.
- Fire Retardant
- Corrosion free
- Thermal resistant from -5⁰C to +60⁰C
- Precision circular boxes and adaptable boxes are provided with M4 brass insert with a load suspension capacity of 3 Kgs at 60⁰C
- G.I. Conduit Pipes are coated by hot dipped galvanizing plant in which iron or steel is coated with a layer of zinc to protect them from corrosion or rusting. This coating renders a safety finish to the conduit which is durable in industrial installations, coastal line atmosphere & thermal power stations.
- M.S. Conduit Pipes inner and outer surfaces are treated and coated with paint that help them protect from rusting.
Channelizing Electrical surface wiring and cable ducting
- Anti-rust coating and superb finish
- Easy to cut
- High resistance to corrosion
- Electrical Metallic Tubing
Electrical metallic tubing, or EMT, is the most commonly used installation in commercial and industrial facilities. Though you may sometimes find this kind of conduit installation in residential spaces, it is not as common as the two locations previously mentioned. EMT is mostly used in residential spaces only when further protection is required. Though we are dealing with electrical conduits, an EMT system is more typically described as tubing or a raceway system which entails the physical organization of electrical wiring.
- Rigid Metal Conduit
Compared to electrical metallic tubing, a rigid metal conduit is typically heavier. Also, unlike the EMT, the RMC has thicker walls. For this reason, it comes in thicker measurements and dimensions as well. As with many electrical conduit pipes, RMC is used to provide physical protection for cables and conductors. This conduit piping system is most commonly suitable for outdoors in order to provide further protection to wiring systems, as well as, offer structural protection for panels, and other types of equipment.
- Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing
The major difference between electrical nonmetallic tubing and EMT is that the former cannot be used for outdoor exposure and that it is not manufactured with metal. ENTs are typically produced using corrugated plastic materials which make for flexible tubing. Because of the plastic material, ENTs are resistant to moisture and can further increase the quality of flame retardant in electrical piping systems.
- Flexible Metal Conduit
FMCs are most appropriate for dry indoor locations and for short-length wiring that runs between a wall box and a fixed appliance like a washing machine, for example. Another variety of the FMC, the liquid-tight flexible metal conduit, is coated with a durable plastic layer and attached with sealed fittings to prevent instances of leaks and liquid spillages. It is, for this reason, this kind of tubing is perfect for use with air conditioner units.
- Rigid PVC Conduit
A rigid PVC conduit is most typically used in industrial, commercial, and utility functions. The durable material of the PVC allows this tubing to be installed in exposed as well as underground locations where it can withstand significant levels of impact. Similar to galvanized electrical conduits, this kind of tubing is corrosion-resistant.