White, blue wire duct

White and blue wire duct, with UL and CSA approvals, are now available.

02/10/2012


White and blue wire duct options are now available, with UL and CSA approvals, and are made from PVC material with a V0 inflammability rating as per UL 94. The white and blue wire duct has the same features as the gray and halogen-free duct. The flexible fingers will not snap when the user runs wire through them. The wire duct features a notched score line that eliminates the need for notching pliers to break off the fingers. However, breaking the wall will require the use of a cutter. The cover’s contour allows it to snap on easily and fit securely. The duct and cover are available as a complete set, or the covers can be ordered individually. The wire duct ranges in size from 25 mm to 120 mm to meet the needs of a variety of applications and is available in two-meter lengths.

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