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Wires and cables are important to a working infrastructure. They provide us with energy and data and keep daily life running.

Wires and cables – the lifelines of our engineered world
While wires and cables were predominantly installed aboveground in the past, underground installation quickly became a standard in industrial countries in the course of mechanisation – not only for aestheticl reasons but also due to the continuously increasing demand for interconnection capacity and a growing number of wires and cables.

Cable ducts – reliable and flexible
Underground installation itself and the fact that  various media must often be accommodated in small spaces in urban areas pose potential risks. Cables must be protected during and after installation making the use of cable ducts essential. Cable ducts provide mechanical protection to underground cables and allow for assigning different media to different ducts. At the same time, they serve as unused conduits to retrofit additional cables.