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.
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.