Archives for March 2017

Need a concrete floor kit for your communications relay rack?

If you’re installing a relay rack you should be installing a concrete floor kit with it, especially if your in a earthquake zone. Let’s go over what’s included in this type of kit.

Here’s a look at the bottom of your relay rack where the bolts get put through.

communcations, networking

You will need to use a hammer drill to fit the drop sleeves into that concrete.

As you can tell it’s very straight forward, you need just a little elbow grease to drop that sleeve with the hammer drill. For more information about this concrete floor kit and to order online visit Discount-Low-Voltage.com 

Need help cleaning that ugly hole?!

It seems like there’s always that sore spot in the network cabling infrastructure that get’s put into the “I’ll do it later” pile. Does this look familiar?

Cable through the wall

Get that eye sore out of your life and don’t let anyone know you don’t know how to properly cable. Get yourself a split sleeve by STI and make it look like this! SpecSeal Ready Split Sleeve kits easily install around existing cables. Each Ready Split Sleeve kit includes two preformed steel sleeve halves with rolled edges, steel escutcheon plates with intumescent gaskets, and a dosage of our SpecSeal SSP Firestop Putty. Ready Split Sleeve’s two-piece body and plates easily capture previously installed cables while tightly fastening to the penetrated barrier.

 

STI firestop split sleeve

Here’s a great look at the product from our YouTube channel.

Don’t forget, all data, video, communication, power, and control cabling shall be installed through sleeves wherever cables penetrate fire resistance rated barriers. In the case of existing cable installation, a split sleeve device with corresponding split escutcheon plates to facilitate installation around existing cables shall be used. Sleeves shall be sized to accommodate present cable bundle diameter as well as anticipated growth. Split sleeve kit provided with intumescent gaskets and non-hardening intumescent firestop putty. When irregularly shaped openings are encountered, the split sleeve device is UL tested and classified for this purpose. The split sleeve device is UL Classified and tested to the requirements of ASTM E 814 (ANSI/UL 1479).

To order online or for more information visit Discount-Low-Voltage.com

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