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.
Chalfant’s wire mesh self-connecting cable tray enables installers to connect tray lengths in a single snap. The connection is tested to be a secure joint. It is available in 1-, 2- and 4-in. side heights.
Snake Tray’s 454 series universal snake tray is bendable and can be mounted overhead or on a wall with built-in hardware. The single connection creates a mechanical and electrical bond. It hangs or mounts from a single point. The open architecture enables easy loading of cable.
Cable MGR by Wiremaid CM10 cable tray is a lightweight solution for managing fiber optic cabling and management. It minimizes cable sagging, and all parts include interconnecting hardware. The extended loops at the end of each cable tray section allow for flexibility during installation.
Snake Tray’s 501 series wall tray is designed for linear installations where space is a concern. The tray attaches directly to a wall without brackets. It uses integrated mounting rings located along the center spine. It features a hard, bendable design, and no fabrication is required. The single connection provides mechanical and electrical bonds while hanging from a single point...