MaxCell® Premise meets all of the specifications needed for in-building enterprise applications, data centers, or confined space builds. Where the cable pathway is overly dense and space is at a premium, MaxCell Premise will allow new cables to be installed easily, eliminating the need for rigid conduit. In cases of short runs, cables can often be pulled into place by hand, saving time and expense.
FEATURES & ADVANTAGES
- Manufactured in the U.S.
- UL 2024 - OFCR FT-6 Listed. For Plenum and Riser applications in cable routing assemblies and communication raceways.
- Low Smoke Zero Halogen Compliant
- Color differentiated pull tapes are pre-installed within each cell
- Designed for use in ducts ranging from 1.25" - 4" (I.D.)
- Configured in 1 to 3-Cell Packs
||4” 3 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||3” 3 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||2” 3 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||2” 2 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||2” 1 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||1.25” 3 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||1.25” 2 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
||1.25” 1 Cell Plenum, Black Thread
MaxCell Premise is also available in a self-supporting version, with a strong and flexible preinstalled, integrated galvanized support wire. Designed specifically for transporting cables efficiently in data centers, drop ceilings, and areas that require adaptable reconfigurations.
||3 Cell Self Supporting, 1.75” (45mm) Capacity Per Pathway, Black Thread
* Design and fabrication of MaxCell is patent protected.
||MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION
||EMPTY REEL WT.
||MAXIMUM REEL CAPACITY
|33" x 15" Wood Reel
|33" x 22" Wood Reel
All dimensions are approximate, are intended to be used for reference purposes and are subject to change. Prior to shipping, all reels are wrapped with a UV protective film. Designers should make every effort to conform to industry standards with regard to distances between any two pull points (generally 600 to 1,000 feet), number of bends (maximum of two 90 degree bends or a total of 180 degrees) between any two pull points, and proofing of conduit pathway using appropriately sized mandrels (normally ¼ to ½ inch less than the inside diameter of the conduit).
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