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Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit

Are you searching for a durable and robust flexible metal conduit? Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit Systems are an excellent choice for protecting electrical cables when the durability and mechanical strength (toughness) of your wiring are essential, available here at Tricksall UK. At Tricksall, our Galvanised Steel Flexible Tubing is manufactured using a spiral construction of steel, offering high levels of flexibility while maintaining excellent mechanical strength. Within our Metallic Conduit Range, this selection of steel conduit is capable of withstanding high temperatures up to +300°C, offers an ingress rating of IP40, is LFH (low fire hazard) and confirms to BS EN 61386. Additionally, the conduits offer corrosion resistance, ensuring optimal performance in dry, challenging environments where other materials might falter, providing long-term protection! Our best-selling galvanised flexible conduit sizes are 20mm, 25mm, and 32mm, available in various coil lengths, from 1m, 10m up 100m, to fit the project you’re working on. However, our galvanised conduit range spans sizes from 10mm up to 100mm, ensuring you find the perfect fit. You will also be able to order a complete range of galvanised steel conduit accessories, such as metal fittings, couplers, and clips for the full range of steel conduit. All conduit sizes are in stock for online ordering, with next-day UK delivery as standard. Check out our flexible metal cable conduit range – it's the go-to for robust electrical wiring protection. Order online now and enjoy quick next-day delivery to safeguard your electrical wiring with confidence. If you've got questions or need advice, reach out to our team. You'll chat with a real person who knows their stuff, not some automated bot.

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Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit Range

Code
Product Description
Internal Diamater
External Diamater
Bending Radius
Coil Length
Temp Range
IP Rating
Other Information
TB10
10mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
7.0mm
9.0mm
23mm
1m to 50m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB12
12mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
10.0mm
13.0mm
25mm
1m to 50m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB16
16mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
13.0mm
16.0mm
33mm
1m to 50m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB20
20mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
17.0mm
20.5mm
38mm
1m to 50m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB25
25mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
21.0mm
25.0mm
45mm
1m to 50m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB32
32mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
28.0mm
32.0mm
55mm
1m to 50m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB40
40mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
37.5mm
41.5mm
62mm
1m to 30m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB50
50mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
48.5mm
53.0mm
110mm
1m to 30m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB75
75mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
78.5mm
85.5mm
160mm
1m to 30m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386
TB100
100mm Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit
102.0mm
109.0mm
210mm
1m to 30m
-50°C to +300°C
IP40
LFH (Low Fire Hazard), High Mechanical Strength, BS EN 61386

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Fixed & Swivel Galv Stee Fittngs

Galvanised Steel Flexible Conduit Fittings

Tricksall has got you covered when it comes to all the conduit accessories you'll need for a professional and secure termination of metal cable conduit. In our lineup of Threaded Steel Conduit Fittings, we offer both Fixed and Swivel types, catering to all your electrical wiring installation needs. The straightforward push-and-screw design ensures a hassle-free installation, and for your convenience, we've included a locknut. Go with our fixed metal fittings when static connections are what you're after or go for our swivel metal fittings for that essential adjustability and ease, especially when movement and flexibility are key. We're here to make your conduit setup as smooth and efficient as possible.

* TCF = Fixed & TCF-S = Swivel *

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  • When can you use flexible conduit?
    Flexible conduit is incredibly versatile. Whether you're installing an Ethernet cable at home or setting up external garden lighting, it serves as an ideal solution for a variety of wire and cable protection applications, including commercial and heavy-duty industrial uses.
  • Is flexible conduit waterproof?
    Yes, but only some types of flexible conduit are waterproof. Tricksall offers three different types of waterproof flexible conduit for you to consider: Liquid-tight metallic IP67,Nylon polyamide IP68, and PVC spiral reinforced IP65. Take a look at each range to determine which waterproof flexible conduit is best suited to your application. If you need advice, feel free to get in touch with our team.
  • Can I use flexible conduit underground?
    Yes, you can use conduit underground, but not all types. They must be watertight and provide mechanical strength (crush resistance) to the electrical cables they are protecting. Tricksall offers a range of underground conduits, such as our PVC Spiral Reinforced and Liquid-Tight Metallic options. Either of our underground electrical conduit ranges will provide the protection required.
  • What is flexible conduit used for?
    Flexible conduit is a durable, flexible pipe designed to ensure the safety and protection of electrical wires and people in various indoor and outdoor environments. Flexible conduit is manufactured in a range of materials, including polypropylene, PVC, Nylon, galvanised steel, and stainless steel. Each material offers its own benefits, making them suitable for different environments. Please get in contact if you need any advice with which flexible conduit is best suited for you.
  • What flexible conduit should I use?
    Non-Metallic (Plastic) Flexible Conduit Range Polypropylene, Nylon PA6 & PVC Flexible Conduit Our flexible electrical conduit are manufactured from high-quality materials, such as polypropylene, PVC and nylon PA6. Plastic flexible conduit is highly preferred due to their lightweight nature, easy handling, and cost-effectiveness compared to steel flexible conduit. Our flexible plastic electrical conduits finds applications in a wide array of scenarios, including indoor and outdoor use, automotive, marine, residential, commercial, and industrial electrical wiring applications. However, there may come a time when you require a cable conduit with high mechanical strength (toughness); this is when you should consider flexible metal conduit. Metallic (Steel) Flexible Conduit Range Galvanised Steel, PVC Coated Steel, Stainless Steel & Liquid-Tight Flexible Conduit Steel flexible conduits, also known as Flexible Metallic conduit (FMC), come in four main types: galvanised steel flexible conduit, PVC-coated steel flexible conduit , stainless steel flexible conduit, and liquid-tight metallic flexible conduit. This range of electrical metal conduit provides significantly more robust and durable mechanical strength (toughness) for both indoor and outdoor electrical wiring protection compared to flexible plastic conduits. However, they are heavier and more expensive.
  • Choosing the right size flexible conduit for your electrical wiring project
    When choosing the best conduit size for your electrical wiring project, it is not always a straightforward decision to make, as there are factors you need to take into consideration. These factors include determining wiring sizes, conduit fill, bending radius, and deciding on the type of conduit—whether metallic or non-metallic. Visit our info centre in the menu to read further. If you prefer to talk with a friendly expert, click 'Enquire Now.
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