J Channel

February 19, 2009 by
Filed under: Raceway, Duct and Conduit 

j-channel-desk_closeup-sToday’s feature presentation is very much like conduit or surface raceway, but even easier to use. Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to J Channel, the ever-updateable cable routing solution. It might not be the prettiest cord manager in the neighborhood, but you really can’t beat it for convenience – just peel the backing off its pre-applied adhesive, stick it onto your desk or wall, drop in some cables and go.

There are a couple of situations this works especially well in. First of all, if any of you renters out there are looking for a way to hide and route A/V or home computer cables, this is a terrific option that won’t leave nail holes in your walls (always a plus when deposit refund time rolls around). And secondly, J Channel is a great solution for 9-to-5 cubicle dwellers: we have a customer who actually ran some around the base of their cubicle walls so they could stash office cables inside and cut down on clutter and tripping hazards.

Don’t let me typecast the stuff, though – it’s really an all-around great solution. Because of it’s design (with an open slot right along the top) J Channel makes updating cabling incredible easy – instead of having to pry open a snapped-on cover all along its length like you’d have to do with raceway, you just lift out the cables you need to remove, then pop the new ones in. And aside from being economical, it’s also very customizable: just cut it to size with a basic hacksaw.

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2 Comments on J Channel

  1. Jon Carroll on Mon, 26th Oct 2009 1:37 pm
  2. Does this come in any other color? It would be perfect, but is limited use if it is only one color.

  3. Christina Hansen on Mon, 26th Oct 2009 2:03 pm
  4. Hi Jon,

    The J-Channel only comes in gray, but you could always give it a once-over with plastic-friendly spray paint like Krylon Fusion. But if you’re just looking for something in a more versatile white, you might just want to try some of our surface raceway, which has many of the same attributes.

    Good luck with your cable management project!

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