IMC Conduit

IMC Conduit

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC

INTERMEDIATE METAL CONDUIT

Durable Light IMC Steel Conduit

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is precision manufactured for economical protection and long lasting value for the electrical raceway system. Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is lighter in weight, but as strong as Rigid.

Intermediate Metal Conduit, covered by Article 342 in the National Electrical Code® (NEC), is recognized as an equipment grounding conductor in Article 250 of the NEC and also provides excellent sheilding from electromagnetic fields.

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  • Light-weight ductile steel conduit for long life and easy bending
  • Hot-dip galvanized layer to increase corrosion resistance, and protect against white rust
  • Creates a smooth, continuous raceway for fast wire-pulling
  • U.L. listed and manufactured in accordance with ANSI C80.6.
  • Available in trade sizes 1/2 – 4

SPECIFICATIONS

FULL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PROTECTION

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is lighter in weight but as strong as RIGID, and is recognized for use in the same applications, including all hazardous locations. Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is manufactured from premium, work hardened steel combining electrical and mechanical performance with ductility. Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is resistant to impact and is easy to cut, bend and join for smooth, continuous raceways and fast wire-pulling. Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is hot galvanized using Allied Tube & Conduit’s patented in-line Flo-Coat® process. This process combines zinc, a conversion coating, and a clear organic polymer top-coat to form a triple layer of protection against corrosion and abrasion. The interior of Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is coated with a highly corrosion- resistant lubricating finish for easier wire-pulling. No need to worry about damage to the conduit system even when pulling through multiple 90° bends.

THE ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT ADVANTAGE

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC has a larger internal diameter than RIGID conduit to allow for easier fishing and wire-pulling. Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is also more “rigid” than RIGID to provide superior wiring protection in many applications. The National Electrical Code recognizes Allied Tube & Conduit IMC for the same uses as RIGID, including all hazardous (classified) applications.

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC uses the same threaded couplings and fittings as RIGID conduit, and the 3/4″ NPT threads (ANSI B1.20.1) are also full cut and galvanized after cutting. Color-coded end-cap thread protectors keep the threads clean and sharp, and also help to provide instant trade size recognition. Even sizes are color-coded orange, 1/2 trade sizes are yellow, and 1/4 trade sizes are green.

EMI SHIELDING

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC greatly reduces electromagnetic fields, effectively shielding computers and sensitive electronic equipment from the electromagnetic interference caused by power distribution systems. Allied Tube & Conduit EMT is very effective in reducing electromagnetic field levels for encased power distribution circuits, shielding computers and other sensitive electronic equipment from the effects of electromagnetic interference. Visit www.steelconduit.org/gemi.htm to obtain the GEMI (Grounding and Electromagnetic Interference) software analysis program.

FULL CODES & STANDARDS COMPLIANCE

Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is listed to Underwriters Laboratories Safety Standard UL 1242 and meets ANSI C80.6. These standards have been adopted as Federal Specifications in lieu of WWC-581-Type 2. IMC is recognized as an equipment grounding conductor by NEC Section 250-118.

Installation of IMC shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code and the UL listing information. Allied Tube & Conduit IMC is listed in category DYBY. Master bundles conform to NEMA standard RN2.

SPECIFICATION DATA

Intermediate Metal Conduit shall be equal to that manufactured by Allied Tube & Conduit Corporation. IMC shall be hot-dip galvanized steel O.D. with an organic corrosion resistant I.D. coating and shall be produced in accordance with U.L. Safety Standard #1242 and ANSI C80.6 and shall be listed by a nationally recognized testing laboratory with follow-up service. Threads shall be hot-dip galvanized after cutting. Kwik-Couple IMC meets U.L. Safety Standard #514-B. It is noted that these U.L. standards have been adopted by the federal government and separate military specifications no longer exist.

WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS