Thermoplastic PVC

Conduit shall be Anaconda SEALTITE® Type CNP. Conduit shall be constructed of smooth inner thermoplastic PVC core with outer oil-resistant and sunlight resistant PVC outer cover. Conduit shall have nylon reinforcing layer between the core and outer cover. Conduit shall be assembled with approved fittings to provide liquid-tight raceway for wiring. Conduit shall be UL listed and CSA certified as a Type "A" non-metallic conduit and be used in applications requiring a temperature range of -4ºF to +140ºF (-20ºC to +60ºC). Conduit IP 67 rated when installed with approved end connectors.
Unit of Measure




Electrical Trade Size

N/A 3/4 in21 mm


N/A 100 ft30.48 m


N/A Small Cartons

Inside Diameter

N/A 0.815 to 0.835 in20.701 to 21.209 mm

Outside Diameter

N/A 1.150 to 1.170 in29.210 to 29.718 mm

Approx. Inside Bend Radius

N/A 4 in101.6 mm

Approx. Weight per 100 ft

N/A 30 lbs13.61 kg


N/A Orange

Optional Colors

N/A Gray


N/A Colors available on request.


UL Listed & CSA Certified


Cross-Reference #

N/A 6503-30-00 87202 LFNC-A LNM-P 12



  • Conduit used with standard connectors for non-metallic conduit Type A for easy installation. IP 67 Rated when installed with approved connectors.
  • Approved for both exposed and concealed locations. Rated for temperature ranges of -4ºF to +140ºF (-20ºCto +60ºC).
  • Complies with UL Standard 1660 Type A conduit File No. E-75863; CSA C22.2 File No. LL15257; and NEC Article 356.
  • Easy to install and cuts easily.
  • Manufactured in a full range of trade sizes from 3/8" through 2".
  • Flexible, but tough; crush, abrasion and strain resistant. Where abrasion, physical abuse or constant flexing are a factor.

NEC Articles


  • Article 250.102 Equipment Bonding Jumpers
  • Article 250.134 (B) Equipment Grounding
  • Article 300.22 (D) Information Technology Equipment
  • Article 356 Liquid-Tight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (LFNC-A)
  • Article 501.10 (B) (2) Class I Div. 2
  • Article 502.10 (A) (2) and (B) (2) Class II Div. 1 & 2
  • Article 503.10 (A) (3) and (B) Class III Div. 1 & 2
  • Article 620.21 Elevator Wiring Methods
  • Article 645.5 (E) (2) Under Raised Floors


N/A Where Abrasion or Physical Abuse are Factors, Constant Flexing or Movement
Temperature Range: -4ºF to +140ºF (-20ºC to +60ºC)