A cable duct is a type of enclosure used to conceal cables that must travel through a busy location, like a doorway, or climb a wall. The material used to make the cable duct can vary depending on the environment and intended application. Materials range from stainless steel to polymers of any colour.
Due to the inconvenience of having to run the wire underneath carpet or flooring that already exists, the usage of cable ducting and raceways has become increasingly prevalent. Additionally, if a solid flooring material is being used, like tile or laminate, laying cable under floors is not an option.
However, the wire can be kept out of sight and shielded from foot traffic thanks to ducting and raceways that run along the room’s floor and baseboards.
The Global Duct Cables Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Rapid Advancements in Floating Cable into Duct. After air-jetting wires into ducts, floating cables in water is increasingly popular as an alternative to tugging. Installations have been made at record distances (more than 10 km). But restrictions must be considered.
The cable velocity will be minimal for small ducts, and a pulling pig is required for very big ducts to prevent the pump’s flow capacity from being exceeded. However, applications range from installing naked optical fibres into steel tubes with an inner diameter as little as 1.5 mm to installing power cables into ducts with an inner diameter of up to 100 mm, and possibly even more.
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