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Benefits of 3 Cells in Vis™ Divide

Earlier this year, we launched our 3-cell Vis™ Divide — a rigid, segmented high-density polyethylene (HDPE) conduit that provides three dedicated pathways for the placement of more than one cable within a single conduit.
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Creating a Retreat in the Most Unlikely Setting

People want to feel comfortable and at ease in any environment. But, a clinical setting is rarely a stress-free or relaxing environment when you or a loved one are ill.
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Vis Divide and Microducts: A Comparison

Each cable installation project is different and will have varying requirements, so it’s important to have options for each scenario. Vis™ Divide and microducts are both options for network expansion and have a unified goal: maximizing the available cable space. But there are a few major differences between the two — differences that matter when determining the better option for a specific project.
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Milliken Cable Management Announces 3-Cell Vis Divide

Milliken’s Cable Management business has announced its newest product for the telecommunications industry, 3-cell Vis™ Divide.
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Milliken and Knoll: Sixty Years of Shared Vision

What began as a mutual admiration between two leaders of their respective industries – Roger Milliken and Florence Knoll – has grown into nearly 60 years of collaboration for their respective companies.
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Shades of Innovation

The process of exploring, discovering and creating new ways to enhance daily life comes in many different forms – the creativity invited by this challenge introduces limitless possibilities.
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Milliken Infrastructure Honored by Cabling Installation and Maintenance 2017 Innovators Awards Program

Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, LLC, announced today that its Vis™ Divide segmented conduit was recognized by the judges of the annual Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Awards program.
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How 2 New Milliken Innovations are Transforming the Home

As staycations and working from home become increasingly more popular, the phrase “home is where the heart is” rings truer than ever.
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Multiple Cables in One Cell?

A customer asked the question the other day if they could place multiple cables inside a single cell. The short answer I gave them was “yes” but the longer answer was that it’s generally not recommended if you want to add or remove single cables in the future.
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All Cable Grips Are Not Created Equal

Last week a discussion arose regarding cable grips during our training session. The choices and options among grips vary and most contractors become accustomed to one type of grip. I thought it would be good to explore several options and discuss the pros and cons of each.
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