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Stephanie shows how to maximize the the potential of your wiring duct by customizing it with duct covers, channel dividers and wire clips. https://goo.gl/iWmksM
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Hi, this is Stephanie with www.CableOrganizer.com, and I want to show you our wire duct covers, dividers, and wire retainers. These are great accessories for finishing your wire duct installation.
First of all, the covers. It’s always nice to have a cover on the wire duct, as you can see here. It finishes it and it’s also going to secure the cables into the wire duct. Especially when you have cables running down and some of them running out into wire harnesses. It simply snaps on and it’s going to secure those cables in the wire duct from falling out.
Next are the dividers. These are typically used when you run multiple types of cables through wiring duct. For instance, low voltage cable along with data. You want to reduce the amount of EMI that’s going on. So, just simply install these, they actually work with washers. The washers would mount onto the screws of the rivets that you have mounted into the wall. Then once those washers are in place, the divider simply slides over the washers. It goes over multiple washers down the strip. Then it would sit along the middle, dividing the data and the low voltage cables.
The last accessory I want to show you is our wire retainers. These are adjustable, and as you can see there are two different sizes. They have little scores along them so they can adjust to size. Just break them down; you can break off the ends it they’re too long. They have a little clip and they simply clip onto the wire duct wherever you need them. They almost act like a little J-hook inside of the cable duct, holding the cables. For instance, if you had a second bundle that you wanted to run along the top you could just mount it along the top of it and leave another run on the bottom.
Be sure to check out these wire duct accessories at www.CableOrganizer.com