Elbow: An elbow is a type of pipe fitting that changes the path of the pipe by 90 °. It is very helpful to change the direction of the conduit line where it is needed.
Tee: A Tee is a T-shaped pipe fitting with lateral outlets. It is used to connect 3 different pipes, which are at an angle of 90 °, to the neighbouring one. It is generally used when you don’t need a connection point for ceiling roses and bulb holders.
Coupling: A coupling is one of the simplest conduit fittings. It is like an adapter that allows you to connect two different pipes and extend or continue the conduit line.
Saddle: An saddle is used to fix or mount the conduit wiring network with a solid surface so that the setup remains intact in its place. There are generally three types of saddle: patti saddle, lock saddle, and push saddle. Basically, they differ in the way they clamp the conduit pipe with them. But wire clips are now widely used.
Junction Boxes: Junction boxes can be used to create connection points and provide mounting support for bulb holders and ceiling roses. Apart from that, they facilitate the reconfiguration by providing the passage to pull the wires in the concealed wiring system. There are two types of junction boxes: deep junction boxes and junction boxes. They differ in the size of the case. A deep junction box has a larger enclosure space, which is why they are preferred for concealed slab wiring.
Female Bush Adapter: Female bush adapter is a type of conduit fitting that connects PVC pipes to distribution boxes without the use of a flexible pipe. It has threading for tightening or loosening the attached upper part. The female bush adapter is fixed with DB boxes and pipes, and the electrical wiring is passed through the passage they create.