Hi, We are adding an extention on our pole building of 3 stalls. I want to have stall grills between the stalls. I am on a budget and cannot afford to buy pre manufactured stall grills. I have seen in the past people talk about using conduit piping for DIY stall grills. So I went to the store to see what I could find. I went to Home Depot and found in the Plumbing aisle gas piping which was pretty expensive but seems to be very strong and thick gauged. Then I went to the electrical aisle and found something actually called conduit (3/4" EMT Conduit pipe). It seems much thinner in gauge but strong. Posts on other DIY sites always use the term conduit in the electrical aisle so I can't imagine there are that many different varieties.
So a couple questions:
1. Does anyone have any experience with using electrical conduit for their stall grills.
2. Which is the best way to go? Gas piping, or electrical conduit or does it really matter (pros/cons)
3. If you have used these have you had any issues with it bending?
4. Do you have a better idea than what I listed above that is relatively inexpensive and safe?