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April 3, 2019

Is it Time to Upgrade Your Pathways and Practice Proper Abatement?

We have all see the images of "cabling fails" that include blobs of cables similar to the picture above.  These are self-inflicted wounds stemming from a failure to care, poor change management procedures, or inexperience as to proper cable routing practices.  Sometimes, the mess is simply due to cable plants growing out of need rather than planning.  Regardless of the reason, there is a risk in leaving the mess.  

As we expand and upgrade existing cabling systems, we also need to pay attention to the pathways that house them.  This includes ladder racks, basket trays, hook systems, cabinets, and all cable management systems.  Often viewed as a once installed and done, that is not always the case over time.  Upgrades and abatements are a good time to check fill ratios, weight limits, grounding/bonding, and just the general health of the cables contained in these systems. 

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