wireway


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wireway

(ˈwaɪəˌweɪ)
n
(Electronics) a channel or duct for electric wires
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Irving, TX, May 31, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Employees from Connectrac, a Dallas-based company that develops and provides wireway systems and accessories, recently enjoyed a day off in order to volunteer with Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB).
The Connectrac On-Floor Wireway system can be installed directly on top of any type of flooring.
This 700,000 square-foot plant is run by a workforce of 1,400 employees and manufactures modular enclosures, operator interfaces, wireway and networking cabinets among other products.
The filter packages include a threaded mounting bushing which may be installed directly into a wireway, thus providing simple access to the filter termination.
All the cables were run from the base of the telescope to the warm room through a wireway built under the observatory floor.
* A stock wireway was utilized instead of a custom cable tray to contain the electrical and control wiring within the main control room.
Prolonged exposure to silica dust while performing tasks such as installing concrete anchors, core drilling for poke-thru devices, and trenching for wireway can be a serious health hazard.
Hundreds of pieces of conduit previously needed for hard-wiring have been replaced with a square duct wireway. Conventional pushbuttons have been completely eliminated and replaced by software functions.