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Can i run fire rated 18 gage wire in the same wiremold with other lowvoltage wire ie burg wire

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Yes, provided the 18 gauge wire is being used in a low voltage application. You do not want to run any type of high voltage wire in any raceway with low voltage. Hope this helps.

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