Wiremaid’s M.E.2 cable tray has a 2x4-in. grid design that facilitates simple cable layouts while supporting the cable. The open grid design prevents dirt and dust buildup experienced in closed cable trays. Tray sections can be interconnected and can be mounted on walls or ceilings and under raised flooring. Change routing elevation at the job site by cutting side wires.
Snake Tray’s rail-mount cable dropout offers support for high-capacity data center cable runs. The side-mount unit allows for simple cable egress directly off the side of the tray without having to make any cuts or modifications, preserving the strength and integrity of the tray. It is designed for supporting and protecting copper and fiber optic cables as they enter and...
Eaton’s flextray wire mesh basket tray can be modified for horizontal and vertical transitions. It is designed for commercial and data center cable management. The “T” weld safety-edge protects the cable and the user during installation.
Legrand’s Cablofil wiremesh cable tray adapts to configurations, and the safe-t-edge protects installers from sharp ends while preventing cables from fraying. The wire mesh is smooth and round to resist dirt and dust build-up. The mesh size allows cable installers to route cables in and out at without cutting the tray.
Legrand’s Cablofil wire-mesh cable tray adapts to many configurations, and its structure gives maximum strength for minimum weight. The cover eliminates dirt and dust build-up and provides physical protection for cables. It uses built-in tabs for permanent attachment to the tray.
Snake Tray’s 301 Series Snake Canyon modular cable-tray system integrates the structural elements of a raised access floor with a cable tray into a drop-in element. It integrates with the horizontal floor stringers to install, and half sections are available for easy access below.