Cable Duct Systems Australia


Below are some answers to frequently asked questions about our company and products. This section will be updated as topics arise.

Skirting Duct

What type of saw should I use to cut the skirting duct?
Answer: Ideally a slide compound mitre saw with a triple tungsten carbide Aluminium cutting blade. Generally the more teeth on the blade - the better the cut. Steel duct covers require the use of a portable sheetmetal guillotine.

Can I fit CAT6 data plates on skirting duct?
Answer: Yes, use a duct with a depth of 50mm or more or if a shallow duct is required there are special angled data plates for CAT6 data jacks available. These plates accept two Keystone data jacks and provide additional space for termination within shallow ducts or spaces.

Can I run skirting duct vertically?
Answer: Yes, by either screw fixing the covers or using a 'Snap-Fit' skirting duct system which does not rely on gravity held covers.

What lead times apply?
Answer: This varies depending on the profile and colour required. We hold a large amount of common skirting duct profiles in stock however, as a general rule, allow two weeks plus freight (if applicable). Some profiles and quantities may require up to six weeks lead time. Stock colours in standard sizes would generally only require 3 hours for picking and packing.


Our Products


Stainless Steel Floor Boxes

above floor boxes

Above Floor Boxes

softwiring in desk boxes

Softwiring & In Desk Boxes


Pop-up Outlets


Cable Umbilical


FFOB 140 Series Floor Boxes


Skirting Duct & Slimline Shroud


Floor, Wall & Lighting Duct


Service Columns


Outlet Pedestals


Floor Boxes

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