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#89968 - 10/25/04 08:28 AM "ENT"conduit
ccdave Offline

Registered: 01/27/03
Posts: 61
Loc: culver city,calif. usa
Has anyone come across "ent" conduit in the walls of homes, SFD? I'm not very familar with this stuff except when encased in concrete. Thanks-dave

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#89969 - 10/25/04 09:57 AM Re: "ENT"conduit
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Registered: 07/20/04
Posts: 9026
Loc: Estero,Fl,usa
In the grand scheme of things ENT is a notch up from Romex, not as tough as MC.
Greg Fretwell

#89970 - 10/25/04 12:15 PM Re: "ENT"conduit
Ryan_J Offline

Registered: 08/19/03
Posts: 1355
Loc: West Jordan, Utah, USA
I see it used for low voltage more than anything, where fear of new and better technology warrants the desire for a raceway in the walls.
Ryan Jackson,
Salt Lake City


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