Intermediate metal – Lighter types of channels including those produced by secondary metals and are a practical choice for protecting and insulating electrical conductor cable. This is a useful option for an exposed wall (basements, garages, etc.) and outdoor applications.
Electrical metallic tubing – Electric metal pipe material is lightweight and relatively easy to install indoor applications. It is usually made of aluminum or steel and a popular choice for industrial and commercial buildings. If you want to know about the process of installing underground electrical conduit then you can explore various online sources.
PVC – PVC channel is the most cost-effective option for installing in industrial, commercial, or utility. Although it is preferred for indoor use, it is still capable of providing adequate protection against corrosion, moisture, and sunlight.
Also, it is a satisfactory choice for underground applications, but care needs to be taken during the installation process.
Liquid-tight/Seal-tight – The liquid-tight/tight seal can offer great mechanical strength and finished with several types of coatings. This is great for commercial and industrial applications with the ability to receive a maximum rating of 75 ° C plus, this is the kind of flexible material that is great for areas that experience a lot of flexing or vibration.