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#162639 - 04/22/07 06:43 PM Arlington raceway
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I just want to pass the word just becarefull about using this raceway.

this is the link you will see the photo Arlington raceway link

so if you actally run romax wires you will get some nasty suprised from the electrical inspectors but this is fine for data/ commuation cable that i think it will have no issuse with that but for power [ both line and low voltage ] have to watch for derating as well.

I just want to give you guys a head up before you use this product so you can make a wise choice to do next

Merci , Marc
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#162641 - 04/22/07 07:25 PM Re: Arlington raceway [Re: frenchelectrican]
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I've used this a few times without a problem. It's not a raceway but a support system.

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#162642 - 04/22/07 07:54 PM Re: Arlington raceway [Re: jkraft]
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ok i just want to make sure but that " support " system is three sided instead of 4 side but how did the inspector say anything about that and also my condsering is the amout of romax wire in the support way so i am open to other suggest about this ?/


thanks , Marc
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#162651 - 04/22/07 11:00 PM Re: Arlington raceway [Re: frenchelectrican]
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Other than "bundling" and the associated derating I don't see a problem
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