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The use of cables in the electrical and electrical parts of the project always requires the removal of mechanical pressures on them, together with proper support and keeping the distribution line away from adverse conditions. Conditions such as preventing wear and tear or fire and overheating along with easy access to anywhere and replace or increase cables.

In traditional ways or in cabling homes using polycarbonate, polyamide and PVC pipes is more common because of its low cost and low cost. Unfortunately, some of the major construction projects still have those using these pipes.

Power pipes are like water pipes in homes, except that they have a wall thinner than the water pipe and are less resistant to internal pressure.


Steel pipe (PG, MM, INCH):

Metal pipes are naturally a housing for electrical wiring with ground connection that not only provides protection against electric shock, but also protects against electrostatic interference. This is mainly important for the wiring of devices such as rectifiers and motor frequency inverter (VFD) units,


Polyamide, PVC and plastic pipes:

Plastic pipes do not have ground support or electrical shielding because plastic is not an electrical conductor. However, it has better chemical resistance to corrosion than a metal pipe, so it is used for the cabling system in areas containing water, acids, caustic soda and other wet chemicals.

The tubes are made of metal and their thickness is so thin that there is no problem with cable or wire. Instead, special connectors must be used to connect the ground. Its disadvantage is its relatively low resistance to twisting and rotating steel tubes, which easily breaks the body.
There are two common types of metallic tubes:

Non-laminated metallic tubing. The laminated metallic tube contains a spiral metal layer just below the outer plastic layer to provide a continuous shield in the same rigid metal channel manner. The raw material of these PVC pipes is laminated which gives good strength to this type of pipe. This allows the pipes to have physical protection against wear and tear, but no earth connection or electrical protection.


When using conduit pipes, due to the nature of their use, we should consider releasing some of the pipes at the connection points so as not to cause damage to the pipe and cabling path when necessary such as displacement or vibration.
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