Electrical Without doubt, the materials used in electrical applications like building and communications wire, fiber optic cabling and conduit must attain high standards of reliability and safety.

Vinyl is the material used most frequently in wire and cable insulation and jacketing, as well as in rigid nonmetallic (NM) conduit and cable management systems. In this section, you'll learn more about how vinyl components impact the fire safety and reliability of a building's electrical system, and explore other historical, technical and environmental attributes of vinyl electrical components.

β€œIt really boils down to two things, design flexibility and durability.”

β€” Patti Balliet, Interior Designer,
Bray Associates Architects