Floor box accepts 6 conduits

Oct. 11, 2012
The Evolution brand box accommodates 6, 2-inch conduits in a 4-inch concrete pour.

The Evolution series floor box from Legrand Wiremold has been enhanced to accept 6, 2-inch conduit feeds while maintaining a 4-inch pour in concrete floors. In addition to concrete, the box can be installed in raised and wood floors without any additional parts or accessories.

The ability to accept 6 conduit feeds “increases capacity and flexibility for supplying power, communications and audio/video,” the company says. Also, the 6-gang on-grade Evolution floor box includes a 2-inch conduit knockout on the bottom for additional capacity and flexibility.

In addition to this upgrade of the Evolution box, Legrand Wiremold has introduced one-piece molded tunnels that are sized for 6-, 8- and 10-gang boxes. The company explains these tunnels create discrete channels for wires and cables, and make it easy to wrap cables around from one side of the box to the other.

Also, steel mounting brackets have been added to accept standard 4-gang device plates for the 8-gang box, and standard 5-gang plates for the 10-gang box.

The Evolution series floor box systems are available through Middle Atlantic Products, which is now part of Legrand.

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