Flexiduct is the original product that laid the foundation for Lincoln Plastics to be what it is today.
Lincoln Plastics, formerly Geist Plastics, traces its beginnings back to the invention of the flexible cord cover. In 1948 Mr. Winders and Mr. Geist developed the product in their basement, and ‘Flexiduct’ has been a staple among cord management products. ‘Flexiduct’ is still going strong almost 70 years later; with worldwide distribution through a wide network of OEM’s, wholesalers, distributors and retailers.
What Exactly is Flexiduct?
‘Flexiduct’ is a flexible floor duct that routes cords and cables safely throughout, the home, office, arena, conference center, or any other venue where cords or cables need to be run where there is foot traffic. ‘Flexiduct’ features a tapered profile that lies flat to the ground all in a clean and attractive design that comes in multiple color options. Many times people will ask; how durable is the product? ‘Flexiduct’ is great for venues both small and large, and has the durability to handle heavy foot traffic found in large, busy venues.
What are the Specifications of Flexiduct?
All of Lincoln Plastics cord covers can be pre-split for easy cord installation. ‘Flexiduct’ is pre-packaged in 6’ lengths for retail sales. Custom lengths, as well as custom colors are also available. Bulk duct is available in 5’, 10’, 25’ and 50’ which are regularly stocked for fast shipping. Lincoln Plastics offers several sizes of duct to fit cords of various diameters.
Although the ‘Flexiduct’ is the original, the duct family of products has grown to include bulk floor duct, ‘MEGA Duct,’ ‘Layflat Power Extensions,’ and Nylon cord covers. With the original ‘Flexiduct and the rest of Lincoln Plastics’ duct family of products, the cord and cable management product line has grown and continues to be a staple product for our company.
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