Cable trays accessories are ideally used for building purposes. Steel, plastic, aluminum, Fiberglass are mostly used to make cable trays. The user can choose from Straight, L-shape and X-shape cable trays that can even be mixed and matched. Cable trays are often installed on ceilings, walls, or under raised flooring.

Different types of cable tray are as follows:

Adder cable tray has two longitudinal side members connected by individual transverse members, designed to be used as a power line or control cable support.

Material used:

Made from sheet metal

Made from angle and flats / Ducts

Ladder cable tray provides:

Reliable side rail protection and system strength with smooth radius fittings and a good selection of materials and finishes maximum power for long span applications.

The strong base plate

The strong base plate is utilized to convey more modest instrumentation, information interchanges, PC, and phone correspondence and fiber optic link starting with one area then onto the next.

Solid base plans, numerous with 22 checks creased that are multiple times more grounded and multiple times stiffer than 14 measure level sheet metal bottoms.

Materials accessible: Aluminum Raceways, Mill-electrifies Steel, Steel HDGAF, chrome steel, PVC-covered Aluminum or Steel

Station bottom plate

Station bottom plate framework, consisting of one-piece, ventilated or strong base segment, intended for use with one force link or various control or single circuit links.

Ordinarily utilized by all enterprises to hold more modest instrumentation, information interchanges, PC, phone, control and fibre optic bottom.

Ventilated or solid bottom design

Furnished 1-3/4″ deep and 4″ or 6″ wide

The compact size makes it easier to position around and connect to equipment.

Single rail cable tray

Single Rail cable tray centre-trapped cable tray ladder systems save working time and money in those lighter-duty fibre cable support projects that don’t require a traditional double side rail cable tray.

Single Rail wire Tray cable is commonly utilized for low voltage and force cables installation where greatest opportunity, side fill, and speed to place are factors.

Single rail tray provides:

These aluminum systems are one of the methods to install and provide the maximum flexible  for cable to enter and exit the system.

Standard depths are 3, 4, and 6 inches.

Standard lengths are 10 and 12 feet.

Wire mesh cable trays

Wire mesh cable trays are used extensively for data fiber cables and low voltage installations; steel wire trays have become increasingly popular with installers because of its simple use, flexibility and lightweight structure.

They are appropriate for Sensitive cables like control cables, optical cables, telecommunication cables, etc.

Features and Benefits of wire mesh cable trays:

1. Low cost.

2. Light in weight.

3. Easy for line check and cleaning.

4. Easy maintained.

5. Fast heat dispersion.

6. Cables are often secured to clamps or ties.

7. Flexible and fast installation.

8. Safe-T-Edge design to protect cables.

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