iToolCo.’s 20-in. cable tray roller installs in three steps and secures into place with two locking underpins. It withstands cable pulling loads up to 2,000 lbs. Rollers glide smoothly, even when multiple cables are in the tray, and it can install above or below the tray. It can handle a variety of strut types and supporting members.
Encore Wire’s 600V Flexcore Type MTW/THW-2/AWM/TEW copper wire is designed for applications in raceways for services, feeders and branch-circuit wiring. It has color-coded PVC, is heat- and moisture-resistant and has flame-retardant insulation. It can be used in wet, damp and dry locations.
Cerrowire’s 600V aluminum SER cable may be used only in aboveground locations. It is rated for use up to 194°F in wet or dry locations. The insulated and bare conductors are twisted together, then wrapped in a glass reinforced tape. There is a gray, sunlight-resistant PVC jacket over the complete assembly.
Bridgeport Fittings’ straight connector is designed to be used with metallic liquidtight conduit. It is liquidtight suitable for use in Class I, Div. 2; Class II, Div. 1 and 2; and Class III, Div. 1 and 2 hazardous locations.
Atkore’s MC Glide Tuff cable has a lightweight steel design that will glide with ease through metal studs and ceilings, without sacrificing flexibility or strength. It works with the same tools, fittings and supports as traditional MC cables. It minimizes damage to studs.
Wiremaid’s M.E.2 cable tray features a 2-in.-by-4-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. The reducer sections transition between different tray section widths. The sections can be interconnected using common splice washer clamps.