Click and Go Tool-Free Cable Trays: Flat-Packed Cable Trays That Store Flat and Snap Together Fast, No Tools Needed

June 15, 2011 by
Filed under: Raceway, Duct and Conduit 

click-and-go-cable-trayAs the recession has dug its claws in over the past few years, it seems like I’ve been seeing more and more references in the media to “cottage living.” While they’re not all going out and purchasing charming lakeside and country homes (obviously), many Americans have made it a point to downsize, moving into smaller homes and apartments, and parting ways with all of the junk that they just don’t need. To me, this kind of lifestyle just makes sense – why pay utilities and property taxes on a huge house that’s more a storage unit than a living space?

I’m glad to see that this pared-down mentality is catching on in the cable management and electrical industries, as well. For the past few years, we’ve been offering raceway that comes flat on a roll, and collapsible electrical boxes that ship flat and are then snapped into shape when you need to install them. But I’ve just come across one of the most significant space and money savers I’ve seen yet: Click and Go® Tool-Free Cable Trays.

Like both the raceway and outlet boxes I just mentioned, Click and Go® cable trays ship and store flat, and don’t expand to their full size until you’re ready to install them. That means that they cost less to ship, take up less prime real estate on your stock shelves, and save a lot of room in the back of your pickup truck or service van compared to basket-style cable trays.

The thing I love most is that even though Click and Go® trays help you cut corners on shipping expenses and requisite storage space, they don’t sacrifice performance. These things can do anything and go anywhere that traditional cable trays do, thanks to a huge variety of accessories that let you customize the shape and direction of your cable tray system. 45° and 90° bends, 4-way junctions, T-junctions, reducers, forks, covers, trapezes – you get the idea.

And one more point – i”m sure you noticed the “Tool-Less” mention in the product name. That’s because it takes absolutely no tools to assemble – you just align the cable tray sections, fold them into shape, pop in a few clips, and you’re ready to go.


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