The Extension Cable Organizing Device is an apparatus for organizing and retaining electrical power cords and similar cables on construction sites or in the home or office.
Inventor Donald B. Sterling, a construction manager from Martinez, GA has created an apparatus for organizing and retaining electrical power cords and similar cables on construction sites or in the home or office.
Electrical power is typically distributed at a worksite by a collection of extension cords. On large sites, however, the number of cords can quickly multiply, causing disorganization and a tripping hazard. In addition, when these cords are routed outside, rain, water, or flooding, can increase the safety risk. If cords are bundled up and secured with some sort of tie system, it becomes very difficult when one cord needs to be removed or another one added. Problems with power cords and extension cords can exist in home and office environments as well. In turn, Inventor Sterling created the Extension Cable Organizing Device!
This clever new invention extends the life of a cable. It eliminates tripping hazards and keeps power connections dry. It is made of impact resistant plastic. It easily installs and removes. The Extension Cable Organizing Device provides for the controlled and organized storage and protection of electrical cables and cords in a manner which is not only quick, easy, and effective but safe as well.