Less Perforated Cable Tray System

Less Perforated Cable Tray System

Material: steel, aluminum, stainless steel, or fiberglass.

Surface treatment: galvanized, painted, or powder-coated.

A less perforated cable tray system is a type of cable tray that has a bottom with holes and openings on the sides.

It is designed to provide moderate support and protection for cables and circuits, as well as ventilation, heat dissipation, and dust prevention. Perforated cable trays are suitable for indoor applications, especially for control and communication cables that require shielding from electromagnetic interference.

Product advantages:

  1. Lower cost: Less perforated cable trays are generally cheaper than conduit pipes or wire baskets, as they require less material and labor to install and maintain.
  2. Higher reliability: Less perforated cable trays are less prone to damage or failure due to mechanical stress, thermal expansion, or vibration. They also reduce the risk of short circuits or fire hazards caused by exposed wires or loose connections.
  3. Greater adaptability: Less perforated cable trays are easier to modify or expand as the wiring needs change over time. They allow for more flexibility in routing and spacing of cables, as well as adding or removing cables without disrupting the entire system.
  4. Better accessibility: Less perforated cable trays provide better visibility and access to the cables for inspection, testing, or troubleshooting. They also facilitate the identification and labeling of cables and circuits.

Less perforated cable trays are widely used in various industries and applications, such as telecommunications, data centers, power distribution, industrial automation, manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, and more. They are also compliant with various standards and regulations, such as UL, CSA, NEMA, IEC, NEC, and NFPA.


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