HH Robertson in-floor cable distribution systems are engineered to maximize flexibility and sustainability without sacrificing safety. The underfloor systems safely channel telecom, data and power cables through steel cells and headers that are part of the floor slab.
More than one billion square feet of HH Robertson in-floor systems have been installed worldwide.
Simple Set-up. HH Robertson systems deliver hassle-free access and activation with snap-in-place Tapmate™ preset and afterset outlet boxes without the use of ladders or distracting core drilling
Safe Substances. HH Robertson systems contain no harmful ingredients and prevent substances like lead and smoke from entering a building's air supply in the event of a fire.
Sustainable Design. HH Robertson systems last the lifespan of a building and require no maintenance. Plus, they're made from steel, one of the most widely recycled materials available.
Whether it's the HH Robertson Q-Floor/Taproute™ for steel frame construction, Cellcast™ for concrete frame construction, or the 3+1™ system for slab-on-grade construction, HH Robertson has an in-floor cable distribution system for any project. Applications of HH Robertson systems include offices, casinos, libraries, schools and government buildings.
HH Robertson Floor Systems, a CENTRIA company, manufactures cellular steel deck, trench headers and electrical outlet boxes which are cast into the floor slab. This provides a proven, cost-effective system for handling the rapidly changing wiring and cabling needs of the building industry. Since its introduction in 1931 by the HH Robertson Company, the in-floor cable distribution system has been continually improved to provide customer benefits unmatched by any other method of horizontal cable distribution.