SOLA

Flexible conduit designed for heavy-duty mechanical protection with long term outdoor UV resistance.

Meets photovoltaic (PV) arrays installs to AS/NZS 5033: 2012

  • Suitable for PV panel installations and long term outdoor use


Rated ‘Heavy Duty’ protection (AS/NZS 2053)

  • High Compression Resistance
  • High Impact Resistance


Performs to cooler service temperature
(-5 to 60°)

 

AVAILABLE IN A RANGE OF SIZES

 

Why Marley?

Quality Assurance
Practices & procedures to deliver on customer expectations

Proven Reliability
History of durability in NZ conditions

Recyclable
100% recyclable uPVC and PE materials

Certification
Made to NZ standards & specifications

Full Range
Wide range of cable enclosures & fittings for Conduit, Duct, Trunking & Air Con systems

Support
Nationwide sales and technical support

Components

  PRODUCTS

SOLA Flexible Conduit

Conduit glands

Plain to screw adaptors

Saddle

PVC Solvent Cement

PVC Join Primer

PVC Join Lube Medlube

Resources

Technical Details

SUPA EASI SOLA
Colours available Grey Grey Grey
Material Polypropylene uPVC uPVC
Sizes available 20, 25mm 20 – 50mm 20 – 32mm
Comply with AS/NZS
standard
2053 2053 2053/5033
Duty rating** Very light duty Medium duty Heavy duty
Compression resistance** Low Medium High
Impact resistance** Medium High High
Long-term outdoor use No No Yes
Temperature range** -5°C to +60°C -5°C to +60°C -5°C to +60°C
BEP certified N/A Yes Yes
Marley solvent needed to
join
N/A Yes Yes
Chemical resistance High* High* High*
Suitable fittings Yes Yes Yes

* Avoid contact with ketones, esters, aromatic and chlorinated solvents

** As per manufacturing standard AS/NZS 2053

 

INSTALLATION OF SOLA FLEXIBLE CONDUIT
Although it is designed for use above ground it can also be used in buried applications. Please refer to the wiring installation standard AS/NZS 3000 for guidance.

Fixing
Where conduits are to be surface mounted, secure to the building fabric with the correct size saddles or conduit clips using zinc plated or stainless steel screws into wood or masonry anchors. Galvanised or stainless steel screws may be preferred in exterior or corrosive environments while galvanized nails may be used for securing saddles in most interior applications.

Where being used in a horizontal plane it is recommend that saddles be fixed at intervals not exceeding 600mm and 1000mm in a vertical plane. Allow provision for expansion and contraction where required.

Where conduits are to be embedded in concrete the conduit should be secured from being displaced during pouring and vibrating by securing to the formwork or reinforcing.

The Ultimate Defence

Using an application-based approach, the Marley ARMA® range is simplified to save space in your vehicle and time at the work site, while achieving a long lasting, professional finish each and every time.

Independently verified to comply with AS/NZS 61386, the Marley ARMA® rigid conduit system is proudly made in New Zealand and 100% recyclable.

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