When running communication cables horizontally J-Hooks are typically used and your cable run should be spaced at 5 feet or less. Direction and level changes will also require closer spacing. It's a good practice to keep the sag at a maximum of 12 inches.
The J-Hook systems is great for horizontal runs but may cause a problem when running wires diagonally, a good way to do this is by using the Rip-Tie pivoting cable hanger.
Let's check out some features that can benefit you at your facility.
* These cable hangers are easily released and retied so adding and subtracting cables is easy.
* Easy way to keep cable runs segregated from each other.
* Perfect for use in computer sub-floors.
* 10,000 release cycles so you should have these for a long, long time.
* Believe it or not these are made in the USA
The The RIP-TIE Cable Hanger is a very easy solution to keeping your cabling up to code and keeping that building inspector off your back.
If you have questions about this type of cable run or any other type of cable pathway installation comment below.
"By Mercy Salinas"