Pro Co FP4-8
Medium Floor Pocket with Gray Trim Ring, Accepts 2 FP4 Series Plates

OUR PART #  FP4-8

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Pro Co's floor pockets are U.L. listed enclosures, provided with a steel top set into a polymer carpet trim ring. Designed with aesthetics in mind, these pockets provide sound contractors (using standard electrical conduit and hardware) with a convenient method of routing audio cabling through concrete and wood-joiced floors. Routing of cabling in this manner results in a neatly packaged, out-of-theway-until-needed permanent installation.

Aesthestics were part of the original design. These floor pockets were originally targeted for A.C., telecom and computer signal routing in office buildings, hence the visual attractiveness. The floor pockets are built of 16 and 14 gauge galvanized steel, the concrete pour boxes of cast iron and 14 gauge galvanized steel.

Users lift the lid of the floor pockets for instant access to terminations for microphones, electronic instruments and speakers (inputs/outputs), for A.C. inputs, or for video terminations as required. Exit ports allow cables to be used with the lid closed for user safety. When the performance is over, the lid closes flush to the floor and becomes nearly invisible.

NOTE: Shown above iwth a black trim ring, comes with a gray trim ring.

These features make Pro Co's floor pockets usable in many installations:

  • Ease of installation for the sound contractor (or the electrical contractor)
  • U.L. Listing
  • Visual attractiveness and the ability to fit into avariety of surroundings (the carpet trim ring allows the use of any carpet or parkay flooring to be matched easily, literally "hiding" the floor pocket except for the exposed 1/2" trim ring.)
  • Rugged assembly
  • Three sizes for different needs
  • Reasonable prices, especially when the connector options are considered
  • Customized termination panels to custom-fit your customer's special needs

Pro Co FP4-8
Medium Floor Pocket with Gray Trim Ring, Accepts 2 FP4 Series Plates

OUR PART #  FP4-8

Product Information:

Pro Co's floor pockets are U.L. listed enclosures, provided with a steel top set into a polymer carpet trim ring. Designed with aesthetics in mind, these pockets provide sound contractors (using standard electrical conduit and hardware) with a convenient method of routing audio cabling through concrete and wood-joiced floors. Routing of cabling in this manner results in a neatly packaged, out-of-theway-until-needed permanent installation.

Aesthestics were part of the original design. These floor pockets were originally targeted for A.C., telecom and computer signal routing in office buildings, hence the visual attractiveness. The floor pockets are built of 16 and 14 gauge galvanized steel, the concrete pour boxes of cast iron and 14 gauge galvanized steel.

Users lift the lid of the floor pockets for instant access to terminations for microphones, electronic instruments and speakers (inputs/outputs), for A.C. inputs, or for video terminations as required. Exit ports allow cables to be used with the lid closed for user safety. When the performance is over, the lid closes flush to the floor and becomes nearly invisible.

NOTE: Shown above iwth a black trim ring, comes with a gray trim ring.

These features make Pro Co's floor pockets usable in many installations:

  • Ease of installation for the sound contractor (or the electrical contractor)
  • U.L. Listing
  • Visual attractiveness and the ability to fit into avariety of surroundings (the carpet trim ring allows the use of any carpet or parkay flooring to be matched easily, literally "hiding" the floor pocket except for the exposed 1/2" trim ring.)
  • Rugged assembly
  • Three sizes for different needs
  • Reasonable prices, especially when the connector options are considered
  • Customized termination panels to custom-fit your customer's special needs
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