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#272173 12-Jun-2020 17:32
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I'm trying to find a source for some PVC piping, with the following measurements.




Out diameter - 25mm


Inner diameter - 21mm


thickness - 2mm




Length isn't an issue at the moment, maybe 2-3 metres which will be cut down.


Any idea?


If I google it, I seem to get results for PVC pressure pipe, which has an slightly wider opening.





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  #2503806 12-Jun-2020 17:53
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I think underground electrical conduit should be close to those specs. I think it's specified based on outside diameter so 25mm conduit should do the trick

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  #2503810 12-Jun-2020 18:09
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There will be literally hundreds of lengths of it sitting at any electrical wholesaler.

Electrical conduit is measured OD.. so just ask for 25mm electrical.

Pressure pipe is measured ID... so "20mm" becomes about 23-24mm OD


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  #2503822 12-Jun-2020 18:37
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If you don't have an account at a wholesaler, just get it from bunnings or mitre 10, the price is not that unreasonable, about $20 for a 4m length


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