Flexible metal conduit (FMC) is commonly called "Greenfield." The main difference between MC cable and FMC is that FMC doesn't have the insulated wires preinstalled; you have to pull them through instead.
There are two common types: liquidtight flexible metal conduit and liquid-tight flexible nonmetallic conduit.
A flexible metal conduit
which protects the instrument leads electromagnetically (EMC), mechanically and thermally is flanged onto the sensor.
Minnetonka, MN, April 19, 2013 --(PR.com)-- PDU Cables, a division of Engineered Products Company, has announced another industry first with its introduction of colored faceplates and receptacle boxes as an extension of its eleven colors of liquid tight flexible metal conduit.
To make data center management easier, PDU Cables, the first branch circuit power whip manufacturer to offer colored conduit, now offers colored faceplates and boxes painted to match its eleven colors of liquid tight flexible metal conduit.
Colored faceplates and boxes are a great compliment to colored flexible metal conduit.
* A design that consists of 6' of flexible metal conduit
Quick-Lok can be used with a variety of armored cable types including AC steel, AC Aluminum, MC steel, MC aluminum, flexible metal conduit
(FMC) reduced wall FMC and MCC aluminum.
If your disposer is wired through flexible metal conduit
instead, turn off the power at the main panel (use a voltage tester to make sure it's off), then unhook the wiring and conduit at the disposer.