The wire conduit refers to the pipe where cabling passes through. This duct protects insulation and isolates cable wiring. National and local building codes generally require the use of a particular type of conduit for safety and health reasons. The cable conduit is different from the electrical variety. You can install cabling conduits in between walls even if you will not use these pipes immediately; in fact, it is easier and more cost-effective to lay out the conduit during the construction phase.
When a new office design is in its initial stages, it is critical to consider proper handling of utilities, power water and cabling inside the walls and ceiling. For cabling, it is necessary to use hooks to hold the cables above the drop ceiling. When the installation of cable involves large numbers of cables traversing lengthy expanses, it is normal to install cable ladder trays up in the ceiling to carry the bulk of the cable along the main corridors of the office. Cable ladders vary in quality and cable handling capabilities. The amount of cable and the budget of the project will determine the type of cable ladder that will be built.
A higher quality cable ladder will, in the long run, save time and money during the installation phase of a cabling project. The alternative to a cable tray is to install cable conduit. Considerations in choosing to use a cable ladder tray system include the following: