Description
Conduit is defined as a rigid or flexible metal or nonmetallic raceway through which cables can be pulled. Metal conduit, which typically comes in 10-foot lengths, is fairly rigid and requires special tooling and accessories to join it. Nonmetallic conduit is available on reels in longer, continuous lengths that do not have to be joined as often. Prewire is to install a wiring system in advance of it being used or needed.

Description
Conduit is defined as a rigid or flexible metal or nonmetallic raceway through which cables can be pulled. Metal conduit, which typically comes in 10-foot lengths, is fairly rigid and requires special tooling and accessories to join it. Nonmetallic conduit is available on reels in longer, continuous lengths that do not have to be joined as often. Prewire is to install a wiring system in advance of it being used or needed. 

Description
Conduit is defined as a rigid or flexible metal or nonmetallic raceway through which cables can be pulled. Metal conduit, which typically comes in 10-foot lengths, is fairly rigid and requires special tooling and accessories to join it. Nonmetallic conduit is available on reels in longer, continuous lengths that do not have to be joined as often. Prewire is to install a wiring system in advance of it being used or needed.

Description
Conduit is defined as a rigid or flexible metal or nonmetallic raceway through which cables can be pulled. Metal conduit, which typically comes in 10-foot lengths, is fairly rigid and requires special tooling and accessories to join it. Nonmetallic conduit is available on reels in longer, continuous lengths that do not have to be joined as often. Prewire is to install a wiring system in advance of it being used or needed.


Description
Conduit is defined as a rigid or flexible metal or nonmetallic raceway through which cables can be pulled. Metal conduit, which typically comes in 10-foot lengths, is fairly rigid and requires special tooling and accessories to join it. Nonmetallic conduit is available on reels in longer, continuous lengths that do not have to be joined as often. Prewire is to install a wiring system in advance of it being used or needed.

Description
Conduit is defined as a rigid or flexible metal or nonmetallic raceway through which cables can be pulled. Metal conduit, which typically comes in 10-foot lengths, is fairly rigid and requires special tooling and accessories to join it. Nonmetallic conduit is available on reels in longer, continuous lengths that do not have to be joined as often. Prewire is to install a wiring system in advance of it being used or needed.