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Being Careful with Raceway, Part 4

Watch out for these hazards when installing overhead raceways.

Running raceway overhead means you must be aware of what is below. In high-ceiling factories, for example, raceway is often run up against the ceiling or rafter structure and so it’s being run over whatever dangerous equipment is below.

What kinds of hazards could crop up when installing overhead raceways?

• Look for slipping hazards, which can exist due to bird or rodent droppings, process emissions, or the condensate of oil smo

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