Model # 6224

Internet #100122117

Store SKU #910619

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Round cast iron floor box for concrete, tile or wood floors

$59.97 /piece

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6224 floor box allows flush power service to be installed in wood sub floor. Included brass cover features 2, lift lids that protect duplex outlet from spillage or hazards. Receptacle not included.

  • Cast iron, water-tight
  • Gray powder coat paint inside and out for additional corrosion resistance
  • Includes box, 6249 brass duplex cover with lift lids, and brass tile flange
  • 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. threaded conduit openings are standard; all bottom openings are accessible

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raised lids on floor plug

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July 23, 2015
WHEN you plug in the cords do the lids stick up permantly causing the rug to have
a huge hump? what is alternative?
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July 8, 2016
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There are recessed alternatives, they are much more expensive a much larger requiring more labor to install if a retrofit. Check this link http://www.floorboxsystems.com/cutsheets/c12-floor-box.pdf
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August 6, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry on the floor box. To answer your question, the lids will remain up on our model 6224. An alternative floor box for wood floors would be our 6239BP. This option has removable gasket covers that allows you to use either receptacle and have the lid closed.
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July 27, 2015
Answer: 
Hi Beetle
The lids stay up, however the outlet and cords should not be under a rug, that type of use can result in a fire hazard.
Mike
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Floor electrical plates

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December 6, 2015
RE: brass floor cover for 2 receptable electrical outlet. How do you remove the small metal cover so that the electrical receptable can be used?
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October 27, 2016
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The two large screws on the top (the ones with large slots) turn sideways to let you open each metal cover over a plug. The doors are slightly spring loaded to pop open once the screw face lets them open.
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Thank you for your question regarding the RACO model 6224. To gain access to the electrical receptacle, use a flat-head screwdriver to turn the screw until the lift lid opens.
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Are the conduit openings straight down? Are more images available of this?

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Are the conduit openings straight down? Are more images available of this?
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Yes, the conduit openings are in the bottom of the can, facing straight down.
They have to have this orientation to push the can back into the floor opening.
There would be no way to insert the can into the hole cut in the floor IF wires were coming out the sides.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this plug I have always wanted a plug in the middle of the living room. Currently had been running an extension cord from a wall receptacle under the rug to power lights and remote speakers. An accident waiting to happen. Finally bought this unit to install in our hardwood floors. Brass plate is shiny brass (not the copper color in the HD photo above). Since NO instructions came in the box, I was not tempted to drill a bigger hole. I had a 3-1/2" hole saw and drilled the main hole through my 3/4" birch floor over 3/4" OSB base board. I then had a 5/16" rabbit bit for my router, and cut a 5/16" wide lip 3/8" deep all around the perimeter. That gave me a 4-1/8" inset which was perfect to land the lip on. Perfectly flush with the floor. The brass lid removes to expose the lip of the cast iron housing, which had 3 holes for flat head screws to attach the housing securely to the floor. Very well designed unit. November 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent We have these throughout our log home and really like them. The locking screws (they are permanent and just swivel) are tight enough to keep our young children from turning them and opening the outlet covers. The brass is thick, heavy, and built very tough. Make sure you get the flange rings for them too to trim them up. You'll definitely need the flange if your installing carpet. August 13, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Do not cut a 4-1/4" hole as directions state, 4-1/4" is too big. Do not cut a 4-1/4" hole as directions state, 4-1/4" is too big. August 13, 2011
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