PVC-U Rigid Electrical Cable Duct
Iplex PVC-U electrical cable ducts are intended for durable underground installation using conventional open cut trench methods, to identify and protect
contained underground electrical cables.
They are manufactured in New Zealand to comply with the requirements of Best Environmental Practice PVC, and meet the durability requirements of the New Zealand Building Code.
Coloured orange, sizes range from 32mm to 150mm and are available in 6m socketed lengths. PVC-U duct provides a simple and durable way to identify and safeguard underground electrical cables using traditional open cut installation methods.
Option 1 - (2700 series product) Nominal diameter 80mm, 100mm and 150mm PVC-U ducts coloured orange, in Light Duty (LD) or Heavy Duty (HD) classification manufactured to AS/NZS 2053.2.
Option 2 - Nominal diameter 80mm, 100mm and 150mm PVC-U ducts coloured orange, in Stiffness Class SN 2 (Light Classification), SN 4 (Medium Classification), SN 10 (Heavy Classification) or SN 25 (Very Heavy Classification), manufactured to AS / NZS AS/NZS 61386.21. (This option is subject to minimum order quantities and agreed lead times.)
Nominal diameter 32mm, 40mm and 50mm PVC-U ducts coloured orange are manufactured to the OD and wall thickness dimensions of AS/NZS 1260. Iplex PVC-U electrical duct is approved for use by all major New Zealand power authorities.
- Made from quality PVC-U
- Connects using Solvent Cement
Approved by Power Authorities
Iplex electrical cable duct meets all regulatory requirements and is approved for use by all major New Zealand Power authorities
Long term performance
Manufactured from high quality PVC-U, offering high impact and compression resistance ensuring a long design life to provide electrical cable protection.
Option 1 - Manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 2053.2
Option 2 - Manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 61386.21 (This option is subject to minimum order quantities and agreed lead times.)
Suitable for Open Trench
Suitable for trenched applications using traditional open trench installation methods.