Corrosion-Resistant, Lightweight, Liquidtight Conduit

  • Corrosion-Resistant, Lightweight, Liquidtight Conduit

    Type ALT flexible electrical conduit weighs considerably less than standard liquidtight conduit. It’s jacketing is made of flexible PVC, resistant to oils and mild acids. The aluminum core makes it lightweight and corrosion-resistant; an ideal choice for corrosive environments, such as wastewater and water treatment facilities. It’s available in gray with working temperatures: -20°C - 80°C.

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  • Extreme-Temperature Liquidtight Conduit

    Extreme-Temperature Liquidtight Conduit

    Type ATX is a non-UL flexible electrical liquidtight conduit designed to withstand extreme temperature ranges of -60°C - 150°C, intermitting to 165°C. Its flexible thermoplastic rubber jacketing is resistant to oils and mild acids, is halogen-free, UV-stabilized and offers a flame-rating of UL94-HB. The steel core is made of corrosion-resistant plated steel. Ideal for extreme climatic conditions.

  • Nonmetallic Continuous Flex Conduit

    Nonmetallic Continuous Flex Conduit

    Type LNM-P, now offers a new Extreme Temperature Range from -55°C to 105°C. It offers a flame-retardant PVC jacketing that resists oils, mild acids and exposure to sunlight, is UL and cUL Listed and is often used in repetitive or continuous flexing applications.

  • Zero-halogen, Jacketed Metallic Flexible Steel Conduit

    Zero-halogen, Jacketed Metallic Flexible Steel Conduit

    Type ZHLA, is now both UL listed and CSA certified.  Type ZHLA is ideal for field installations in confined, public areas because its thermoplastic polyurethane jacket has excellent flame resistance, low smoke, and toxicity generation characteristics. It is also resistant to ozone, hydrocarbons, moderate chemicals, oils and fuels.

  • Shield-Flex™, by Electri-Flex Company

    Shield-Flex™, by Electri-Flex Company

    Shield-Flex™ includes three varieties of flexible conduit that shields sensitive equipment and circuits from EMI/RFI emissions and is used in the following industries: medical, industrial, government, defense, commercial, telecommunications, aerospace, public transit, and utilities. The off-the-shelf connectors that it uses are less expensive than mil-spec shielded conduit that requires costly custom fittings.