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Wiremold® Uniduct Single Gang Extra Deep Junction Box - White (TAA Compliant)

#16086 C2G
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$13.99 $15.49 MSRP USD

This junction box is the ideal solution for mounting a wall plate or device and connecting to a piece or to pieces of raceway. The junction box features an extra deep design providing 2-3/4 inch of depth, concentric twistouts for 2700, 2800 and 2900 series raceway on each side of the box along with a rectangular knockout in the base for extension to the box. Available in standard colors which match the raceway, this junction box features a smooth plastic finish, which is paintable with latex paint, and is designed to work with a standard single gang wall plate or device.
Color White

Quantity

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Features

  • Extra Deep, 2-3/4 inch, box design
  • Durable, impact-resistant PVC construction
  • Standard color to match Uniduct raceway
  • Paintable using latex paint
  • TAA Compliant
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

General Info
Color White
UPC Number 786776541823
Country Of Origin United States
Product Line C2G
Application Sector Residential, Commercial
Type Junction Box
Warranty Type 1-Year

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Does this junction box screw onto the wall? Or is it inserted into the wall and mounted after cutting a hole big enough to house the box? I'm looking to run a VGA cable down the wall with some plastic raceway and this is the only box I've found so far ...

Does this junction box screw onto the wall? Or is it inserted into the wall and mounted after cutting a hole big enough to house the box? I'm looking to run a VGA cable down the wall with some plastic raceway and this is the only box I've found so far that might be deep enough for the VGA cable to not cause issues.
Asked by: Anonymous
This junction box would screw onto the wall.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05
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