When you need to protect power, data and control cables in hazardous areas, flexible conduit systems can be the perfect answer.

They physically sheath cables in a rugged tube, with a variety of materials to choose from including metal and sturdy plastic piping.

Flexible conduit systems can cater for a number of different hazards, including:

  • Explosion risk
  • Fire risk
  • Oil exposure
  • Chemical exposure
  • High temperatures

These kinds of protection can also be achieved using rigid structures; however, flexible conduits are ideal for fast installation of complex routes.


No need to cut corners

When you need to lay cables around corners, or even more complicated routes like zig-zags, flexible conduit systems are your friend.

Flexible steel-core PVC and over braided nylon can snake around obstacles and obstructions and can be securely fastened to suitable structures and walls.

Elbow joints at 45 and 90-degree angles mean where necessary – or where you want to – you can make a connection rather than simply bending the conduit to shape.

All of this makes flexible conduit systems versatile and adaptable to a wide range of different hazardous areas, and Cable Systems are happy to make recommendations if you’re not sure which is the best type of conduit for the job.

Browse our range of flexible conduit systems here.