Installing PVC trunking is a relatively simple process that can be completed with a few basic tools. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to install PVC trunking:

Gather the necessary materials: You will need PVC trunking, a measuring tape, a pencil, a hacksaw or PVC pipe cutter, a utility knife, sandpaper, and a rag.

Measure and mark: Start by measuring the length of the area where you want to install the PVC trunking.Use a measuring tape and mark the desired length on the wall or surface where the trunking will be mounted using a pencil.

Cut the trunking: Using a hacksaw or PVC pipe cutter, carefully cut the PVC trunking to the desired length, following the marked lines. Make sure to wear safety goggles and gloves during this step.

Smooth the edges: Use sandpaper to smooth any rough edges on the cut ends of the PVC trunking. This will help create a clean and professional finish.

Prepare the surface: Clean the wall or surface area where the PVC trunking will be installed.         Ensure that it is free from dust, dirt, and any other debris.

Join the trunking and surface: Tear the surface of the adhesive, press the trunking firmly onto the surface, aligning it with the marked line. Hold it in place for a few seconds to allow the adhesive to bond the trunking to the surface.

Repeat the process: If you have multiple sections of PVC trunking to install, repeat steps 4 to 7 for each section. Ensure that each section is properly aligned with the previous one.

Clean up: Wipe away any residue or excess dust with a clean rag.

And there you have it! You have successfully installed PVC trunking. Now you can use it for hiding or organizing electrical wires, cables, or any other utility lines. Always remember to follow any safety guidelines and local building codes when working with PVC trunking or any other construction materials.

Post time: Nov-13-2023