Solid and colored wire duct from AutomationDirect

AutomationDirect extended its T1 series slotted wire duct line to include black and blue for specialized wiring identification. See photo.

04/07/2009


AutomationDirect T1 series slotted wire duct line adds black and blue

AutomationDirect extended its T1 series slotted wire duct line to include black and blue for specialized wiring identification.

AutomationDirect has extended its T1 series slotted wire duct line to include black and blue for specialized wiring identification. Blue wiring duct is typically used to indicate the wiring to intrinsically safe components in a control panel.
Black wire duct is typically used for network cabling systems, fiber cable racks, patch panels and telecommunication closets. T1 series wire duct, in 2-meter lengths, comes with a non-slip flush cover.
Also available is solid wall (non-slotted) wire duct in sizes from 1/2 x 2/3 inch to 4 x 4 inch, all in 2-meter lengths. All wire duct is available in multi-piece packages and single pieces.
AutomationDirect
www.automationdirect.com/wire_duct

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief
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