WireTracks Announcement: New Product

WireTracks is releasing a new connector that attaches WireTracks to standard 1` conduit, such as Carlon`s Resi-Gard System.


Seattle, WA, January 2004 - For the 2004 International Builders Show and Consumer Electronics Show, WireTracks LLC is pleased to announce a new component of the WireTracks Structured Channel System.

WireTracks LLC is releasing a new conduit connector that attaches WireTracks wiring channels directly to standard 1" conduit. This enables builders, professional installers, and do -it -yourselfers to run wiring from a central location directly into the WireTracks wiring channel while maintaining a proper bend radius. Once inside the WireTracks wiring channel, wiring can be routed anywhere within the building.

"We are very excited about this product because it solves some serious problems, yet maintains compatibility with existing standards and other systems such as Carlon's Resi -Gard system," explains Bruce Gutman, president of WireTracks. "WireTracks NC and the new conduit connector will enable builders to differentiate themselves from their competitors and preserve the property values of the homes that they build."

WireTracks was selected to showcase the WireTracks wiring channel line of products (including the new WireTracks NC product) in the Sarah Susanka Show Home located in the parking lot of the Stardust Hotel and Casino. The Show Home will be open during the January 2004 Consumer Electronics Show, Builder's Show, and Surfaces Show.

For more information about WireTracks, visit www.wiretracks.com. To view an article that describes how WireTracks can be used to futureproof a new home, visit www.hometoys.com/htinews/aug03/articles/wiretracks/wiretracks.htm.

For more information about the Show Home, visit www.homebydesignshowhouse.com. For information about Sarah Susanka, visit http://www.notsobighouse.com.

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