Junction box is a frame system made of metal or plastic material used in electrical cable laying. Junction boxes are most often mounted on walls or ceilings and protect the wiring system while arranging it.
Junction boxes provide safe storage and distribution of electrical cables. The gap through which the power cord runs helps to protect the cord securely and prevent damage. It also keeps the cabling system neatly organized and makes it easy to find cable faults.
Junction boxes are produced in various sizes and materials. Metal junction boxes are more durable and robust and are used for heavy equipment and industrial applications, while plastic junction boxes are lighter and less expensive and can be used for lighter applications such as home and office.
Junction boxes have many advantages. They simplify maintenance by maintaining the wiring layout and making wiring systems easier to understand. They also increase the safety of cabling systems, reducing the risks of electrical faults and fire.