Conduit Systems

  • Michael Neidle
Chapter

Abstract

Steel conduits form a major wiring method that requires great installation skill. The system consists of a series of threaded tubes with boxes for the various outlets; cables are drawn through the conduits after erection. Outstanding features are their sturdiness and rewireability so that obsolete cables can be replaced at any time.

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© Michael Neidle 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Neidle
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  1. 1.Institution of Electrical EngineersUK

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