# How is EMT conduit size measured?

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Measure from the end of the conduit and make a mark at 7 inches to indicate the start of the bend. Slip the end of the conduit into the bender so the 7-inch mark is aligned with the arrow. This 7 inches, plus the “Stubs 5 to arrow” will give you the total horizontal run of 12 inches, including the bend.

## What is the outside diameter of 3/4 inch EMT conduit?

3/4″ Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT or Thinwall) is a smooth light weight galvanized metal conduit that has an inside diameter of . 824″ or 20.93mm. It has an outside diameter of 0.922″ or 23.4mm.

## What is the inside diameter of 1 1 2 EMT conduit?

Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT) – Thinwall Conduit

(in) (mm) (in)
1 27 1.049
1 1/4 35 1.380
1 1/2 41 1.610

## Is EMT conduit measured by ID or OD?

For instance, a 1-inch rigid conduit will have an ID of 1.063 inch nominal while a 1 inch intermediate metallic conduit will have an ID of 1.12 inch nominal, yet both have the same knockout size of 1.375 inches.

What is the OD of 1 inch EMT?

Outside Diameter of Conduit
Size EMT Rigid
1″ 1.163 1.315

## What is the largest size of EMT conduit?

10 ft. Nominal inside diameter (in.)

What is the largest size of EMT conduit?

Trade Size Designator Nominal Outside Diameter
4 103 4.500

## What is the outside diameter of 1 inch EMT conduit?

1″ Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT or Thinwall) is a smooth lightweight galvanized metal conduit that has an inside diameter of 1.049″ or 26.64mm. The outside diameter is 1.163″ or 29.54mm. The wall thickness of 1EMT is 0.057″ or 1.45mm.

## What is the OD of 1.25 EMT?

The outside diameter is 1.510″ or 38.35mm. The wall thickness of 1 1/4″ EMT is 0.065″ or 1.65mm.

## Is conduit OD or ID?

For instance, a 1-inch rigid conduit will have an ID of 1.063 inch nominal while a 1 inch intermediate metallic conduit will have an ID of 1.12 inch nominal, yet both have the same knockout size of 1.375 inches.

## What does conduit size mean?

Conduit fill, also known as raceway fill, is the amount of a conduit’s cross-sectional area occupied, or filled, by a cable or multiple cables. The fill is based on the cable outside diameter (O.D.) and the conduit inside diameter (I.D.).