TODAY’S PATENT – ELECTRICAL RACEWAY ASSEMBLY
The present invention is known as Electrical Raceway Assembly and it relates to the electrification of office structures, partitions, etc. The inventor of this invention is Gutgsell; David R (Jasper, IN), and the Patent was granted on 8th march 2005 by the USPTO bearing RE38709.
As time changes the cost of doing a business is also increasing. It may be a small business or a huge business the cost is increasing day by day, increase in expenditure as well as an increase in cost of personnel, insurance, and office space, and because of this, the trend of downsizing has developed. This has created pressure on the economy in the workplace.
To meet the needs of productivity and morale, training, conference, and office furniture has been marketed. It can be a challenge to provide power supply and connection access to each desktop for each workstation. This is when the Electrical Raceway Assembly helps to guide electrical and communication wires from wall outlets to workstation structures. The raceway system extends to both electrical and communication cables along with the system in a hidden manner. It permits the utilization of the cables at their selected location.