Snap-on J-hook

The CJxxCat40 series of J-hooks has been introduced for non-permanent cabling situations.

06/30/2017


Contractors looking to create a temporary cabling system can simply hang the J-hook on the lowest side wire, rotate downward, and “snap” it on the tray. Courtesy: LegrandLegrand has introduced the Cablofil snap-on CJxxCat40 series of J-hooks that can be specified for a non-permanent cabling solution. Anyone looking to add an existing tray or create a temporary cabling system can simply hang the J-hook on the lowest side wire, rotate downward, and "snap" it on the tray. Because the J-hook snaps on to an existing cable management system, it significantly reduces installation time and overall project costs.

The snap-on J-hook is designed for non-center-hung cable management systems in commercial spaces where changes need to be made quickly and at a low cost. Hospitals, sports venues, retail, and office spaces often require substantial modifications on a frequent basis; the snap-on J-hook allows contractors to make those cabling adjustments in an efficient way.

Legrand

www.legrand.us



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