Building cable raceways or a cable tray support system can be tough. Hopefully, you planned it early enough that the architect left you room and the necessary space is clearly marked on the blueprints.
Most of your design decisions will be decided by industry standards for data cabling, but the best installers have a few tricks up their sleeves. These five quality construction products will make your life easier and your building more user-friendly.
Hinged Raceway Components
Easy access makes everyone happy when problems happen. When you can flip the top of your raceway conduit and see your cabling, diagnosing a bad splice or other connection becomes easy.
Independent Power Poles
The ability to drop wires and cables anywhere you want is invaluable. Power poles protect your network and make configuring an office space simple. And, you can move them when the business expands or a new tenant takes over.
Corner Duct Raceways
Even the best designers back themselves into a corner. No one wants ugly industrial equipment in their boardroom. Try corner duct raceways. They blend in like crown molding and get your data where it needs to go.
Individual Fixture Channels
Finish the job with individual fixture channels designed to bring your power source and data directly to each television, phone, and monitor. The best are paintable to complete the cable disappearing act.
Transition Channels for Tables
Everyone wants data delivered to the middle of their conference table. Use table leg transition channels to deliver multiple cables and wires exactly where it needs to be.
For most installers and project managers, cabling is basic and utilitarian. It doesn’t have to be. Using quality construction products makes the difference between an average project and a masterpiece. Quality makes a difference your clients will notice.