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The Gridd System interfaces with any Systems Furniture system scheme in a variety of ways:
See diagram and photos below:
Raised access flooring outlet cover & Raised access flooring floor plan.
These photos show a few approaches to transition from behind the wall into the FreeAxez system. Conduit within the wall can be bent with a sweep to do the same thing.
Raised access flooring cable transitioning:
See photos showing cable transitions through blocking and under a sheetrock wall.
Raised access flooring cable wiring:
FreeAxez offers a variety of floor boxes for both the Gridd-40 1.6” and Gridd-70 2.75” systems. Our standard boxes are listed below. Custom device plates, enclosures and lids are provided upon request.
Raised access flooring specs 1
FAS-4001 for Gridd-40 1.6”:
Raised access flooring specs 2
FAS-7001 floor box for the Gridd-70 2.75”:
Raised access flooring specs 3:
A floor box can be placed at any base unit location.
All wiring/cabling installed under the floor(s) must conform to the applicable sections of the National Electrical Code (NEC) in effect. So you can’t run open conductors within the system. The installer must conform to NEC wiring like MC cable, EMT, or appropriate communication system wiring methods. The Gridd system does not require grounding. See the attached Grounding & Bonding Summary for more information.
It can be done either way. However, FreeAxez recommends that you build and finish ceilings and walls first to minimize construction traffic and debris.
The Gridd flexible border components install easily around interior walls and columns.