WireRun Mesh Cable Tray

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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.

Straight Sections

Straight Sections, 2" Deep

The main sections of the tray; they are also used to make turns, T's, 4-ways and elevation changes

Connector Bars: Create secure bonds for your specific application using these splices and connectors


Required to join a pair of sections at several points


Strongest Straight Section Splice w/ 3 Couplers

Used to join a pair of straight sections or create reductions; much stronger connection than Coupler or Fast Fix Splicer

Fast Fix Splicer

Fast Fix Splice

Used for a quick connection of 2 straight sections. Fastest connection, recommended for light loads only. Includes couplers

Handle for Fast Fix Splicer

Fast Fix Splicer Installation Tool

Required to install Fast Fix Splicer




Corner Strengthening Bar

Bonds T's and 4-way connectors, includes (4) Couplers


Elevation Change Support Bar

Reinforces tray that is cut and bent to make elevation changes; adjusts to your desired angle. Includes hardware



Used to keep bends connected at the cut point

Supports: Install your cable tray where you want it with these useful supports
T Wall Brackets

(T) Wall Bracket

Quicker install than D-bracket; tray sits on top and is bolted with (2) couplers (included)


Wall Support Brackets

(D) Wall Bracket

Most secure wall bracket, locks into wires of tray; longer install than T-bracket


Cabinet Top Stand

Cabinet / Floor Mount Bracket

Bolted into the floor or cabinet top; can be used under floor


Ceiling Mount Bar

Trapeze Ceiling Bar

Hung from threaded rods for an economical ceiling hanging option


Threaded Screw Rod

Threaded Rod, 40" L x 3/8” diameter

Connected to Ceiling Brackets and I-Beam Clamps

Hanging Hook

Hanging Hook

Hung from threaded rods for an economical ceiling hanging option

Clip for I-Beam

I-Beam Clamp

Each clip accepts a threaded rod and can be clamped to an overhead I-Beam or U-Channel

Cable Management: These items will help you keep cables organized on the tray
ABS Cable Fixer Base

Cable Sectioner Base

Used to separate sections of cable; stack a few runs, then top off with the Cable Sectioner Top (below). Dimensions: 4-1/4" x 1-1/2"



ABS Cable Fixer Top

Cable Sectioner Top

Placed on top of a (or stack of) Cable Sectioner Bases



Cable Guide

Waterfall Cable Drop

Carefully guides cables into a drop, maintaining bend radius; 3.5" wide to fit one rung spacing



Preparation & Finish: Ensure safe, correct installation with these quality items
Grounding Bolt

Grounding Bolt

Connect a ground wire to earth the tray



Rubber Cap

Rubber Endap (Pack of 10)

Placed over wires that were cut to prevent injury and improve aesthetic



Tray Cutter

Tray Cutter

Cuts the wires of the basket for turns, intersections and general purposes



  • 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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You can also call us toll free 866-222-0030

Questions & Answers


What diameter threaded rod is used with the hanger clips? Also, could the wall brackets be used in line with the tray (as opposed to perpendicular to the tray) to provide support where the tray meets a wall?

Asked by Anonymous user on 03/3/2017 10:29 AM

  • - 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.

    andrew b. on 03/15/2017 3:24 PM

What is the load carrying capacity of this tray per unit length?

Asked by Anonymous user on 08/17/2017 10:13 AM

  • - Hello, We generally recommend 200 LBS. or less.

    andrew b. on 08/21/2017 2:40 PM

How many D wall brackets are required per foot of 4" cable tray?

Asked by Anonymous user on 08/22/2017 9:41 PM

  • - Every 5 feet, a D wall bracket is needed to support cable tray.

    andrew b. on 10/10/2017 12:09 PM

How do you secure the tray running vertically up a wall? How do you connect to a tray running vertically to horizontally?

Asked by Anonymous user on 09/27/2018 6:02 PM

  • - 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.

    Anonymous user on 10/2/2018 2:46 PM

How do you secure the wall brackets (WR-WLBT4-EZ) to the wall? Do wall anchors and fasteners come with with the wall brackets?

Asked by Anonymous user on 09/27/2018 6:13 PM

  • - 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.

    Anonymous user on 10/2/2018 2:59 PM

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Wirerun Wire Mesh Cable Tray, 2" H X 4" W X 6.56' L, Electrozinc

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      I use these in the basement of our house. Nothing fancy, but it does the trick, keeps things neat, and comes at a great price!

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