New EZ -Path™ "Mini" Cable Pathway Requires No Firestopping

The Compact Solution For Smaller Amounts of Cables and Wires Penetrating Fire-Rated Walls

Specified Technologies, Inc. has introduced a new "mini" version of their popular EZ -Path™ fire -rated cable pathway, an innovative, yet simple, solution for cables and wires penetrating fire -rated walls. Designed to hold up to 15 Cat. 6 cables, EZ -Path™ "Mini" has all the performance features of STI's standard EZ -Path™ fire -rated pathway - engineered in a compact size. EZ -Path™ installs in minutes and features a built -in firestopping system that automatically adjusts to the number of cables installed, allowing for easy moves, adds or changes. Whether empty or 100% visually filled, the UL® Classified and FM Approved EZ -Path™ device offers maximum resistance to fire and smoke. UL® Classified Systems are available for up to 2 -hour -rated wall constructions and provide a clean, professional, engineered appearance. Measuring 1.5" x 1.5" x 10.5" (OD), the "Mini" pathway is the perfect solution for smaller applications.

For additional information on EZ -Path™ or other Specified Technologies products, visit the STI website at, call (800) 992 -1180, or e -mail For engineering assistance, call (800) 992 -1180, extension 2002.

Headquartered in Somerville, New Jersey, STI is an industry leader solely committed to the development of innovative, reliable firestopping solutions. Marketed under the EZ -Path™ and SpecSeal® brands, the STI line offers over 700 UL® Classified Systems that assure high quality, high performance, and highly cost -effective firestopping solutions.

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