What's special about these wire trays?
- Get all of the benefits of routing cables in a tray system without going over budget.
- Tray grids are made of galvanized steel to resist corrosion and still be trimmed to size with steel cutters.
- Single bars can be cut off to make either make drops or turns, or to join with other trays of different widths.
- Trays can be suspended either in the ceiling, in a raised floor, or mounted along walls with optional kits or brackets.
- Open design suspends electrical and network cables from support beams or routes them above drop ceiling systems, but still allows for additions or changes in the future.
- Ventilating grid pattern allows for air circulation and also prevents dust, debris and other contaminates from becoming trapped inside the tray.
- Electro zinc-plated galvanized steel helps prevent corrosion from chemicals or humidity.
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These wire mesh basket trays are a budget-friendly alternative to other cable management solutions for supporting groups of cables. WireRun Cable Trays can be installed either in a ceiling, in a raised floor or along a wall with brackets, and are easily altered to make turns to complete to path.
Minimum recommended quantities by tray width
- Available in 4 widths to accommodate any size application.
- Narrow grid pattern prevents cables from sagging, which can compromise the integrity of copper cabling networks, or even cause breaks in delicate fiber optic cables.
- Cable trays supports, such as the hanger kit or other suspension solutions, are recommended every five (5) feet to promote the durability of your tray system.
|Steel||Min. Yield = 33KSI (35 KSI for Stainless)|
|Plain||Hot-rolled pickled and oiled steel, per ASTM A569 or A570|
|Pre-Galvanized||Mill-galvanized steel, per ASTM A653 CS or SS G90|
|Hot Dip Galvanized After Fabrication||Plain steel, which is hot dipped after fabrication per ASTM A123|
|Stainless Steel||Type 304 or 316L fully annealed stainless steel|
|NEC Permitted (types of cables)||Power and Control Tray Cable (Type TC) - NEC Article 336|
|Power Limited Tray Cable (Type PLTC) - NEC Sections 725.61 and 725.82(E) Instrument Tray Cable (TYPE ITC) - NEC Article 727|
|Optical Fiber Cables - Article 770|
|Fire Alarm Circuit Conductors - Article 760|
|Communications Cables - Article 800|
|Mineral Insulated (MI) Cable - Article 332|
|Metal Clad (MC) Cable - Article 330|
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Questions & Answers
- Hello, The diameter of the threaded rod is 3/8" also unfortunately the wall brackets can only be used perpendicular to the tray. However, if you can give us a call toll free at 866-222-0030 we might be able to find another option for you.
- Hello, We generally recommend 200 LBS. or less.
- Every 5 feet, a D wall bracket is needed to support cable tray.
- Hello, We have many different ways to attach these cable trays to walls and ceilings, please give us a call at 866-222-0030 and one of our account managers can direct you to the exact application that you need.
- Hello, Please give us a call toll free at 866-222-0030 and one of expert account managers would be able to explain to you in detail how the brackets are mounted to the wall or ceiling.
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