# What is the outside diameter of 1 EMT conduit?

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## What is the outside diameter of 1in?

PVC Schedule 40 Sizes Table

Pipe Size Decimal OD Metric OD
1″ 1.315″ 33.40 mm
1-1/4″ 1.660″ 42.16 mm
1-1/2″ 1.900″ 48.26 mm
2″ 2.375” 60.32 mm

## What is the outside diameter of EMT conduit?

Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT) – Thinwall Conduit

(in) (mm) (in)
1 27 1.163
1 1/4 35 1.510
1 1/2 41 1.740

## Is conduit size ID or OD?

The ID and OD

This is a fixed number that can not be deviated from. 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 ID of 1 inch pipe?

Select Schedule:

Pipe Size OD ID
1″ 1.315 .957
.815
.599
1 1/4″ 1.660 1.442

## What is the outside diameter of 1 inch galvanized pipe?

The OD of 1/2-inch galvanized pipe is about 7/8-inch and so is 1/2-inch PVC. 3/4-inch pipe measures 1-1/16 inches, 1-inch measures 1 5/16 inches and 1 1/4 inches measures 1 5/8 inches. These same rules apply to rigid copper plumbing. The outside diameter of 1/2″ copper measures 5/8″.

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## What is the OD of 3/4 electrical conduit?

Schedule 40

Trade Size Average OD (in) Minimum Average ID (in)
1/2 0.840 0.578
3/4 1.050 0.780
1 1.315 1.004
1-1/4 1.660 1.335

## What is the difference between rigid and EMT conduit?

Rigid is a thick wall conduit that is normally threaded. EMT is a thin wall conduit that is not thick enough to be threaded.

## Is PVC conduit measured ID or OD?

PVC Pipe is identified by the ID (Inside Diameter) and is referred to as a “nominal” size which means “in name only.” However this confuses people and most novices try to use the OD (Outer Diameter) to order parts.

## Is rigid conduit Schedule 40?

Schedule 40 & 80 rigid PVC conduit systems are sunlight resistant and are used exposed, encased in concrete, concealed in walls and in direct burial applications including systems for: Utilities. Cable, data and communication lines.