The PVC shortage doesn't have to slow you down. With the pricing of PVC conduit skyrocketing and the lead times uncertain, now is the time to take advantage of
Champion Fiberglass. Champion Fiberglass has competitive conduit pricing and
very quick turn-around times.
The exceptional benefits of Champion Fiberglass Conduit lead directly to savings. These strong, effective and versatile materials drive faster installation and lower labor
costs, without sacrificing quality or longevity. Champion Fiberglass industrial electrical conduit provides immediate benefits and the confidence that comes with knowing
you’ve specified a durable, non-metallic, flexible conduit material.
Avoid burn through in conduit elbows when
pulling cable due to fiberglass's low coefficient
of friction and single-circuit winding process.
Fiberglass has one of the lowest coefficients
of friction of any conduit system which allows for
long conduit runs without using a pull box.
The lightweight nature of fiberglass makes
it easier to handle in the field, reducing the
chance for injury during the installation process.
Fiberglass, a lighter conduit, promotes a faster,
smoother installation and published NECA rates
show installation of Champion Fiberglass conduit
takes a fraction of the time as PVC-coated steel.
Fiberglass is more cost-effective than other
materials and its lightweight design makes it
easy to install saving money on installation.
Don't let the unpredictable lead times of PVC put
your project in jeopardy. Champion Fiberglass is
ready to deliver with lightning-fast order lead times.
Learn how to cut Champion Fiberglass conduit in the field and how to prepare and make adhesive joints. You have four tool options when cutting fiberglass; an abrasive cutter, a chop saw with diamond-cutting blade, a handheld hacksaw with fine-tooth blade or a porta band saw.
Learn how to bend Champion Fiberglass conduit in the field. You will need to have a PVC hot box, infrared digital thermometer, one-shot hydraulic conduit bender, a copy of the National Electrical Code Guidelines and the Champion Fiberglass catalog that comes with your fiberglass conduit.
Learn how to insert conduit into a gasket joint connection. You will need a wooden block, mallet and water-based, wire-pulling lubricant.
Learn how to assemble the interference joint connection. You will need a wooden block, mallet and water-based, wire-pulling lubricant.
To learn more about how Champion's Fiberglass Conduit can help you on your next job, use the contact form below to sign up for a 30 minute training!
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