Flushduct Low-Profile Duct SystemThe Flushduct system is available in 1, 2 or 3 duct combinations and installs flush with the finished floor, simplifying locating and accessing the system after installation. The system’s slim design enables installation in projects with shallow concrete pours and utilizes pedestal style service fittings for power and data connections. The system is well-suited for retrofit applications and is often utilized in retail spaces.
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The system's low profile allows for minimum system depth of 1 3/8" when used with distribution/feeder runs. When used with junction boxes, minimum system depth is 2 1/2".
Ducts are constructed of 14-gauge galvannealed steel.
System works with a variety of pedestal style service fittings to accommodate both power and data connections. Compatible with 525 Series and Multiplex Series fittings.
Ducts can be selected with factory-provided threaded openings and removable plugs for service fitting attachments. Openings are staggered to facilitate placement of service fittings.
Listed to UL & cUL Standard 844
Walkerduct and Flushduct are very similar in their function. The only difference is that flushduct is for either shallow concrete pours or renovation spaces where deep trenches can't be cut to add Walkerduct. Flushduct sits flush at the concrete screed height and is therefore intended to be covered by a finished floor.
Start at the end user's needs and work your way back through the system. Per desk, slot machine, retail cash register, piece of equipment, etc. how many circuits are required, what type of data is required, etc. The circuits and data needed per piece of equipment, along with that equipment's layout in a given space, will determine the number and size of the ducts in the distribution system.
Ducts in the distribution system often run at a 45 degree angle to the space's horizontal/vertical layouts to accommodate future moves, adds, and changes. Junction boxes are positioned throughout the system to help pull wires through the system. Junction boxes also act as locations to bring conduit to for additional feeding of the distribution system.