AFC Cable Systems’ MC Snapit cable strap is for MC and AC 12/2 through 10/3. It is made from durable, high-impact polycarbonate, and it can be used universally. It also includes clips for low-voltage cable. It is suitable for indoor use only, but it can withstand harsh environments.
ICC’s single-channel raceway is designed to blend in and conceal voice, data, coaxial, audio, video and fiber cables in office and residential environments. It can be ordered in a variety of widths from 0.75 in. to 1.75 in.
Hubbell’s PSCDLCU375500S downlead clamp kit has urethane rubber halves that secure cables to a structure without damaging fibers. It is designed for either curved or flat surfaces and accepts up to a 0.625-in. bolt. It is available for cable diameters from 0.375 in. up to 1.2 in.
Chalfant’s GR-Magic self-connecting cable tray enables installers to connect tray lengths in a single snap. It is available in 1-, 2- and 4-in. side heights. The connection is UL-classified and tested to be a strong secure joint and can be field-modified like traditional cable tray.
Allied Tube and Conduit’s E-Z Pull EMT features a high-grade mild strip steel for durability and longer life. It is available in 45- and 90- degree and large-radius 90-degree elbows. It combines strength with ductility, providing easy bending, cutting and joining while resisting flattening.
Atkore MC interlocked Snapit low-voltage stud strap is made of high-impact polycarbonate. It will hold MC and AC 12/2 through 10/3, eliminating sagging. The maximum operating temperature is 176°F. It can withstand harsh environments and is suitable only for indoor use.