Installation InformationPVC Schedule 40 Conduit

PVC Conduit

Approximately 82% less in cost than galvanized rigid conduit, PVC conduit’s belled ends allow for a quick and easy installation. For lineal runs Schedule 40 is the most common PVC pipe specified, and should be a minimum requirement for all projects. Schedule 80 or rigid galvanized pipe is often called for when the runs are placed under a road or parking area. The trenching depth might also be increased for these installations.

The National Electric Code (NEC) establishes the minimum requirements for a safe electrical installation. Because of the varied environments in which electrical equipment is installed, local amendments are often added. Always consult local codes prior Calculator to any installation.

The default installation pricing below (under 100') is the cost that a subcontractor will charge to connect and place the PVC in an opened trench while on site. Pricing is adjusted for longer runs. It does not include pulling conductors or any material. Add cleaner and PVC cement to your installation cost.

Installation, Schedule 40 PVC Conduit

10' Lengths, Belled Ends

Nom Pipe Outside Outside Inside Inside Wall Thick- Nom Weight Conduit
Size (in) Dia. (in) Dia. (mm) Dia. (in) Dia. (mm) ness (in) (lbs) Install (ft)
1/2 0.84 21.34 0.62 15.8 0.104 1.6 $0.33
3/4 1.05 26.67 0.82 20.93 0.107 2.1 $0.39
1 1.32 33.4 1.05 26.64 0.126 3.2 $0.44
1-1/4 1.66 42.16 1.38 35.05 0.133 4.3 $0.50
1-1/2 1.9 48.26 1.61 40.89 0.138 5.1 $0.55
2 2.38 60.33 2.07 52.5 0.146 6.8 $0.61
2-1/2 2.88 73.03 2.47 62.71 0.193 1.1 $0.66
3 3.5 88.9 3.07 77.93 0.205 1.4 $0.72
3-1/2 4 101.6 3.55 90.12 0.215 1.7 $0.77
4 4.5 114.3 4.03 102.26 0.225 2 $0.83
               

We recommend that you contact our valued electrical contractors to obtain additional information about their services, capabilities and experience.

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