Code Quiz: Article 342
Based on the 2011 NEC
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Unlike EMT, which is tubing but often erroneously called "conduit," Intermediate Rigid Conduit (IMC), actually is conduit. This is an important distinction, as conduit can be used in applications where tubing cannot. You can, for example, seal conduit. You can't seal tubing.
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