Cables and wires when lying unprotected on the ground or floor can result in
unnecessary and irreversible damage to your equipment as well as the danger
they impose on pedestrians. Rubber ducts are the ideal way to keep from
tripping on loose cables and cords running across a walkway in home, office,
commercial complexes, industries, factories, in a theater, reception area or
even in nightclubs. The rubber ducts are used to cover, hide and protect
cords, wires, and cables while keeping floors clear and safe. These ducts
lay flat, stay flat and are very easy to install. They provide great cable
Types of rubber used in making rubber ducts
Features of rubber ducts
- Lay flat and easy to install
- Skid-resistant grip to reduce slipping
- Available in various colors
- Available in various sizes
- Pre-split for easy installation over appliance or computer cords
- Some rubber ducts may be secured to the ground or counter surfaces
with double-sided tape.
- They are flame and abrasion resistant.
- Constructed to withstand heavy traffic and office wear and tear.
Uses of rubber ducts
At construction sites and other
unconventional work environments, large cables, pipes, wires are often
stretched across a work site to transport electricity, electronic data,
water or compressed air. In such cases, many problems can occur. Continual
foot or vehicle traffic can disrupt or even permanently damage the cables.
Hence rubber ducts are highly popular and demanded for various applications.
They are used in light vehicular applications. They are great for low light
situations where lighting effects are a must. They are used by electrical
contractors and distributors, electricians, and are used in environments
such as carnivals, sporting events, and offices. Anywhere there is a
generator, appliances, or just cables/wire on the floor, there is a need for
a cord cover or rubber duct.