NECA: MaxCell Fabric Innerduct More Efficient Than Rigid


Clearly I am really enamored by MaxCell Fabric Innerduct!  So after I wrote my last post on the subject, and I received this great press release about the product, I knew I had to post an update.

Apparently NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) publishes a document called “NECA Manual of Labor Units” and has included fabric innerduct installation times as well as those for rigid innerduct. Did you know that under normal circumstances you can install MaxCell’s 3″, 3-Cell fabric innerduct in approx. 8 hours per 1000 feet? I’m looking at the 2009-2010 NECA manual, and low and behold, it would take 30 hours to install the same 1000 feet  of traditional 1″ rigid innerduct. Perhaps someone was looking at this NECA manual when they coined the phrase “Time is money”. Saving twenty-two hours in labor time must equate to some BIG cost savings!  No wonder I am so impressed with the MaxCell product.

There is more “meat” to this story – so download MaxCell’s press release now!

Share your experience with MaxCell fabric innerduct now!

3 Responses to NECA: MaxCell Fabric Innerduct More Efficient Than Rigid

  1. rhonda said on
    March 30, 2011 at 9:08 pm

    Thanks for pointing out the time savings. Time really is money.

  2. Jeff said on
    April 1, 2011 at 11:03 pm

    I completely agree with everything you wrote. We have switched our projects from rigid innerduct to the MaxCell Fabric Innerduct.

  3. aluminum composite panel said on
    April 12, 2011 at 12:09 am

    Every time i come here I am not dissapointed, nice post.

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