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Concrete Floor Boxes and Versatility

Leviton announced the launch of their newly designed concrete floor box system to accommodate devices that deliver connections to power, AV and data in commercial spaces. This holistic solution provides access to power connectivity and high-performance network infrastructures for any commercial setting. This system can be used within finished floors made of wood, tile, vinyl, terrazzo, carpet and concrete

“We saw an opportunity to expand our current floor box offering to fill the need in concrete flooring applications,” said Tony Pulsonetti, Senior Manager of Commercial Products, Leviton Commercial & Industrial. “We identified deficiencies with products currently available in the market, such as weak seals in protective covers, cover plate breakage and device compatibility issues, and addressed them with our new, high-performing design. This is another example of how Leviton is making incremental improvements in commercial construction happen with better engineered solutions for our customers.”

The brand-new offering includes:

  • Box system with 6.25” diameter PVC box and accessories
  • Leveling ring for unique environment adjustments
  • Forged brass cover plates available in a variety of configurations with clear coat or nickel-plated 

This concrete floor box system is designed for easy installation and adjustment, superior performance and maximum compatibility. Stand out features include a leveling ring for adjustment up to four degrees after installation and accommodation for all single and duplex, standard and Decora receptacles as well as QuickPort® inserts for data, AV and networking needs.

From initial installation to ongoing use and maintenance, Leviton’s concrete floor box system is the ideal solution for environments like office buildings, conference centers, schools, retail locations and health care facilities.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 1/14/2019

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