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1/2 innch conduit as a inside diameter of .054 and an out side dianeter of .78 what is the wall thickness?

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Assuming the measurements you gave were in inches the wall thickness is .12 inches.

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  • Greg Mills Sep 10, 2009

    protek youre almost correct, since its a tube you need to divide your answer by two to get the wall thickness.

  • Greg Mills Sep 10, 2009

    whoops im not even right, its .14in assuming the inside diameter was .54 and not .054.

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Did you mean .54? (.78 - .54 =.28)
Or 28 hundredths of an inch

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Your inside dimension is not correct.

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  • ProHydroRace Sep 11, 2009

    Some on! .78" - .054" = .726" / 2 = .363" wall. Like I said the dimension of the ID is not correct!!

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