Safe passage

The innovative new Miniflex Plenum PV range enables the safe deployment of fibre optic cables within the airway/plenum spaces of buildings, providing a tough, lightweight, flexible and easy to install solution.

This brings down the time and cost of fibre deployments by speeding up installations in buildings of all sizes, while meeting the strict safety criteria governing plenum deployments. 
Engineered from toughened polymer to meet the tight specifications and exacting demands of the environment, the compact Plenum PV products all meet US National Electrical Code (NEC) specifications, and have received UL product certification after extensive testing on their low smoke and low fire hazard capabilities.


Comprising Plenum PV cable and Plenum PV microduct, the range features m2fx’s unique design and patented pushable technology which dramatically reduces the time and cost of installations by removing the need for specialist equipment or skills.
 Flexible, compact and with anti-kink properties that make handling optical fibre much safer, the lightweight Plenum PV cable combines high crush resistance (up to 4000N for duct and cable) with a small bend radius (down to 5xOD) making it easy to route through the tightest spaces.


UL approved for use with m2fx’s Miniflex PBT Fibre Cable, the Plenum PV microduct provides a protective pathway for cable installation within plenum air space locations. By enabling the use of standard Miniflex 3mm PBT cable, it delivers a cost effective, safe and flexible solution for plenum deployments. Its low friction and low static P-DVC liner facilitate the easy pushing, pulling or blowing of fibre cable.

For further information visit: www.m2fx.com

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